BCSO releases sketch of sexual assault suspect wearing KN95 mask

BCSO releases sketch of sexual assault suspect wearing KN95 mask

A sketch of a sexual assault suspect by the Bexar County Sheriff’s Office has generated a lot of attention on Facebook, partially because of a KN95 mask the man is wearing.

On Monday, the sheriff’s office posted a sketch on Facebook of a man wanted in connection with a sexual assault that occurred on the morning of Oct. 31 in the 11800 block of Davalos Lane in the Luckey Ranch Subdivision in far west Bexar County.

According to the sheriff’s office, the man gained access to a home through an opened garage and then assaulted someone at the residence. He then fled the home through the garage door, authorities said.

The suspect was described as a 5-foot-9, light-skinned male with a slender or thin build. The Facebook post says the man has dark brown hair and was wearing a black T-shirt, dark-colored sweatpants and black or blue tennis shoes. Officials said the individual may possibly have a scar over his eyebrow.

What makes the sketch somewhat unusual is that the man was wearing a white surgical mask during the assault. The mask grabs the attention in the sketch because of its bluish color in contrast to the black and white drawing of the suspect.

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The sheriff’s office is asking those who recognize the individual to email [email protected] or call 210-335-6000.

The Facebook post has over 1,400 shares and 293 comments.

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