Tuesday, June 12, 2012

Reward Offered Concerning Sexual Assault On Gatlinburg Trail
The National Park Service is offering a 5-thousand dollar reward for information concerning a sexual assault on the Gatlinburg Trail where a female victim claims she was attacked on Friday. She received multiple stab wounds to the neck, shoulder and hand. She says she was able to make it back to the roadway and flag down a passing motorist. She was released from the hospital on Monday. She described her attacker as a thin white male believed to be in his 40ís. She said he was about 5 feet 9 or 10 inches tall with dirty blond hair worn as a crew cut with a thin mustache. She said he was wearing glasses, black dress pants and a gray T-shirt with multiple tattoos on his shoulders and abdomen. Information can be called in to the tip line at 865.436.1580. Bg

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