Girl Sexually Assaulted Near President's Chicago Home
By WGN News
CHICAGO -- Chicago police are looking for a man who sexually assaulted a girl just blocks from President Barack Obama's home.
The attack happened at 52nd and Berkeley Ave. around 10:30 Tuesday morning.
Police say a man walked up to the girl as she was walking her dog and forced her between two garages where he assaulted her.
The girl told police the man was African-American, about 40 years old and six feet tall.
He was wearing a black jacket with yellow stripes on the arms from the shoulder down, blues jeans and black Nikes.
Police officers and Secret Service officials were out in force at the time two blocks away.
They were providing security for President Obama who was in town with his family for the election.
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