BAKERSFIELD, Calif. - Police are asking the public for information relating to possible attempted sexual assault and suspicious activity in west Bakersfield Tuesday afternoon.
A woman called police when an unidentified African-American woman flagged her down, saying she was sexually assaulted in a vacant house on the 10900 block of Efada Drive, officials said.
The unknown African-American woman claimed she had been looking at a house in order to purchase it. She said upon entering the house an unidentified man attempted to sexually assault her, officials said.
The unknown woman drove away to find the suspect, officials said.
The unknown woman returned and asked the woman she flagged down to enter the residence with her, officials said.
The woman declined this request. The unknown woman quickly left in an older silver sedan, officials said.
When officers arrived, they entered the house and discovered it was vacant. Officials said evidence related to sexual activity was inside the house.
The unknown woman is described as 30 to 35 years old with brown eyes, officials said.
The Bakersfield Police Department is requesting the possible victim to come forward.
Anyone with information regarding this incident is may contact the Bakersfield Police Department at (661) 327-7111.