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OKLAHOMA CITY - Police are looking for several suspects after a woman was violently attacked inside an apartment complex's laundry room.

It happened in early July at an apartment complex near N.E. 26th and Lincoln.

"It's a pretty intense assault, and we're trying to get the suspects identified," said Officer Megan Morgan with the Oklahoma City Police Department.

A woman was leaving the complex's laundry room when things took a scary turn.

"Six people get out of the vehicle, two of them go into the laundry room and one of them physically assaults the victim," Morgan said.

Surveillance video captured that suspect grab the victim by her hair, push her into the wall and then slam her head against the wall.

"Then, you see a second suspect in a white shirt enter the laundry room as well," Morgan said.

Officials said the victim practically lost her shirt before getting away.

"Fortunately, the victim is now okay, but obviously she was injured from this assault," Morgan said.

The victim is pretty shaken up. She told NewsChannel 4 she's too scared to go outside alone, which is why she's hoping police catch the suspects soon.

If you have information that can help or you recognize the people in the surveillance video, call CrimeStoppers at 405-235-7300.