In their hunt for a suspect in Tuesday night's Rossmoor stabbing attack, authorities are asking any other witnesses to come forward.
At 9:11 p.m., a 28-year-old woman suffered three stab wounds inflicted by a man who attacked her while she was jogging in the upscale community , according to Jim Amormino, Orange County Sheriff'es Department spokesman.
The woman, a Rossmoor resident, was released from Los Alamitos Medical Center late Tuesday night or early Tuesday morning in stable condition, Amormino said.
“Every available investigator is on the case,” said Jim Amormino Orange County Sheriff’s Department spokesman. “We’re going to door-to-door trying to locate any additional witnesses.”
Officials are still searching for the suspect. Originally, deputies thought there might be a composite sketh
“Nobodies in custody,” Amormino said. “Hopefully, they will be, but no one’s caught right now.”
According to Amormino, the woman was grabbed from behind and stabbed at 9:11 p.m. Tuesday while she jogged on Bostonian Drive
Though hurt, the woman knocked the knife out of the assailant's hand, but he managed to knock her down and stabbed her two more times, Amormino said, adding that the victim was stabbed in the face, arm and hand, suffering non- life-threatening wounds.
Hearing the woman's screams, a resident of the upscale community rushed outside, and the assailant fled on a BMX bicycle, Amormino said.
Amormino said the assailant was a thin Latino man in his early 20s,
about 5-foot-7 to 5-foot-9, wearing dark clothing and a baseball cap.
Originally, officers had hoped the vicitim would be able to help them create a sketch of the man but, Amormino said, "she was not able to provide any specific details."
It's unclear what motivated the attack, Amormino said.
"He made no attempt to sexually assault her," Amormino said, "and he didn't say one word. She said he looked angry."
Robbery appears unlikely, as well, since most joggers would not have money on them, Amormino said.
Amormino said because the attacker's intentions have not been determined, the victim’s name has not been released.
Anyone with information about the incident is asked to call (866) TIP-OCSD or (714) 628-7170.
--City News Service contributed to this story.