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Surveillance video released of ASU sexual assault 'person of interest'

Sexual assault suspect (Source: Central Alabama CrimeStoppers) Sexual assault suspect (Source: Central Alabama CrimeStoppers)
MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) -

Central Alabama CrimeStoppers and the Alabama State University Department of Public Safety are asking for the public's assistance identifying and locating a person of interest in an on-campus sexual assault case.

The sexual assault happened on May 10, 2014 around 11:15 p.m. at the New Facility 2 building, according to CrimeStoppers Development Director Tony Garrett.

WSFA 12 News initially reported on this investigation on May 12. [READ HERE] It's not immediately known why the video is only now being released.

The video surveillance was released Thursday, August 7, by the ASU Police Department and the subject in the video is called a "person of interest".

The male can be seen walking in a corridor wearing sweat pants, gloves and a hooded jacket.

The man was possibly armed with a gun and left the scene in an unknown direction.

If you recognize the man in the photo, contact CrimeStoppers at 215-STOP.

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