Woman Attacked, Robbed In Greenwood

Seattle police are investigating yet another late-night cellphone robbery.

According to a police report, a woman walked out of a bar at 105th and Greenwood at about 3:00am on March 28th, and called a friend from her cell phone as she headed home.

The woman was about to turn onto 107th when a man walked up to her, grabbed her cell phone out of her hand and “attempted to force her face down onto a car parked on the street.”

The woman’s friend—who apparently near where the attack took place—heard that she was in trouble, ran to the scene, and spotted the suspected climbing into a black sedan—possibly a Ford Escort—with tinted windows.

The suspect is described as a “possibly Hispanic male approximately 5’10, 180 lbs, with short spiked black hair, wearing a white t-shirt and black pants.”

Police were unable to locate the suspect. The woman was not seriously injured in the incident.