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Woman Attacked While Jogging in Frisco, Police Say

The incident happened around 6:20 a.m. Monday

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Police are searching for a man who attacked a woman who was jogging in a Frisco neighborhood Monday morning.

The incident happened near the intersection of The Trails Parkway and Crockett Drive around 6:20 a.m. Monday, Frisco police said.

Police said the 54-year-old woman told them she tried to pass a man dressed in all black who was walking on the sidewalk. She said as she passed him, he grabbed her and threw her to the ground.

The woman fended the man off and went to a nearby house to seek help, police said. She sustained minor injuries.

Officers who responding checked the area, but did not find the man who reportedly attacked the woman, police said.

Police said the woman told them the man was about 5-foot-6 or 5-foot-7 and was stocky or heavyset, with a "distinct, bowleg walk." The woman said he was dressed in all black during the assault.

Anyone with information about, or video footage of, the man was asked to Frisco police at 972-292-6010. Police said people could also send anonymous tip by texted FRISCOPD to 847411.

The Frisco Running Club did their morning social run on Wednesday in the neighborhood where the assault happened.

"This is OUR town. These are OUR streets. Join us for a hearty FU (Frisco United) to those who want to influence us to believe otherwise," the group wrote on Facebook.

The Frisco Running Club did their morning social run on Wednesday in the neighborhood where the assault happened. “This is OUR town. These are OUR streets. Join us for a hearty FU (Frisco United) to those who want to influence us to believe otherwise,” the group wrote on Facebook.
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