Tulsa area bikers rally behind sexual assault victim
Monday, November 8th 2004, 7:00 am
News On 6
There's a renewed effort to find the man suspected of sexually assaulting an 11-year-old Tulsa girl and possibly two others. Bikers Against Child Abuse held a rally this weekend for the victim and her family.
They say they aren't just there for protection, they're on a mission. They're handing out flyers to help police find the suspect, who is still at large. Bob "Bookkeeper" Townes: Basically the child's in fear she's afraid and we're going to stop that like I said we'll do whatever it takes."
Victim's mother Kendra Smith: "I want whoever it is to know every day I wake up every minute every breath I take I'm think about him ya know and we're not going to let it go."
This is a sketch of the man police think sexually assaulted the girl. He's white with brownish blond hair, brown eyes and about five feet eight inches tall. On the day of the attack two weeks ago, he was wearing a tan OU baseball cap backwards and a tie dyed t-shirt.
If you know of someone matching this description please call Crimestoppers at 596-COPS. You can remain anonymous.