Watertown Woman Sexually Assaulted at Home: Cops

The attack took place in the Oakville section of town Thursday night, police said.

By Bob Connors and Debra Bogstie
|  Friday, Jan 18, 2013  |  Updated 6:46 PM EDT
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Watertown Woman Sexually Assaulted at Home: Cops

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Watertown police are investigating a sexual assault in the Oakville section of town.

According to police, a man broken into the home of a 41-year-old woman Thursday night and sexually assaulted her. The incident took place in a neighborhood surrounded by Straights Turnpike, Bunker Hill Road and Davis Street.

The man knocked on the victim's door and asked for "Rita," which is not the woman's name, police said. He then forced his way inside and sexually assaulted the victim, according to police.

The attacker is believed to be in his 30s and is about six feet tall. Police are asking anyone who may have seen something suspicious in that area to give them a call.

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