Ruidoso police say they are working on some leads in their search for the man who brutally attacked a woman at a sport complex this summer.
The woman was walking along a path at the White Mountain Sports Complex in July when she saw a man walking toward her. She became uneasy and walked into a bathroom to avoid him, but he followed her and beat her severely.
The man is described as white, 6-foot 2-inches tall, with salt and pepper hair.
He was driving a maroon Chevy pick-up with a turquoise centennial license plate.
Police say while they are working several leads, they have not identified a suspect at this point.
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