Mother, daughter assaulted in home; Police release person of interest

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Chicago police have released a person of interest and reissued a community alert in two sexual assaults.

A 22-year-old daughter and her 40-year-old mother sleeping in their home near 103rd and Emerald when they say this man broke in a window around 4:15 yesterday morning.

A 14-year-old girl was raped  near 100th  and South Peoria around 6:45 this morning. The teen was walking to school when the attacker dragged her behind a house

Earlier. an 11-year old girl was nearly raped during a home invasion near 101st and South Green at 5:30 this morning.

Her parents are grateful they heard something and walked in before it was too late.

Police say the suspect is 6 feet tall and about 150 pounds with long black dreadlocks.  He was last seen wearing a dark shirt, blue jeans and dark sneakers.

For counseling information, log on to or call  312-443-9603.  People and also call the Chicago Rape Crisis Hotline  at 888-293-2080.

There is also more information at

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