Woman warns of stun gun attackers
CHICKASHA, Okla. — Police in Chickasha say a pair of stun gun attacks happened early Monday morning just hours apart.
Authorities are warning residents of a man who seems to be randomly picking his victims.
They don’t know who he is and hope the public can help identify him.
“I didn’t even have the door open and he just came in and shocked me and just kept shocking me and shocking me,” victim Jennie Dolch said.
Dolch was lucky she wasn’t seriously hurt or worse.
The stranger who attacked her with a stun gun still hasn’t been caught.
“He reached out shocked me, backed up and do it again,” she said. “These little red marks are all over my breast. All over it.”
The attacker finally backed away for a moment and that’s when Dolch made her move.
“I picked up a bar stool and said, ‘You better get out of here,’ and he just opened the door and walked out,” she said.
Police said she wasn’t the only victim.
Hours earlier just a few blocks away, a man was loading up his truck and getting ready for work when he was approached by a man matching the same description.
“While his back was turned he was loading his truck an unknown male subject walked up behind him and shocked him,” Chickasha Assistant Chief of Police Major Elip Moore said. “He heard the ticking sound and then he felt a pressure on his back.”
Police don’t have any suspects yet and are still investigating.
They want people to be on the lookout for anything out of the ordinary.
“I want to get awareness out there and remind the community that they need to be aware if anyone is out-of-place.” Moore said. “I don’t know what this person is capable of.”
The suspect is described as a tall white male with light-colored hair, a slim build and a goatee.
Police believe the suspect may be working with another individual who’s been seen behind the wheel of a red car.
If you have any information contact Chickasha police.