Transcript for NYPD Releases Witness Sketch in NYC Jogger Murder
Police releasing a sketch in connection with the murder of a jogger in Queens investigators want to speaks in this man. But stress he is not a suspect Eyewitness News reporter Kimberly Richardson is live for. Breaking details heavily. Surely just moments ago that big developed in any case that has stumped police and so far. Has not led to any arrests again take a look at this sketch top brass. Just release it moments ago this was actually. At a press conference for the west Indian day celebrations. This sketch is of a man they want to speak quit but again they emphasize he's not a suspect or. Or a person of interest police say he was spotted on the bike path not far from where Karine a but trot note was murdered. Just a few weeks ago utility worker in the area noticed the unidentified man. And helped police come up with this sketch for Trotter was strangled. Sexually assaulted and murdered inside spring creek park in Howard Beach on August 2 her father along with investigators. Found her body police do say. They have some DNA but so far there has not been a match. They're hoping the man in the sketch who they say did not witnessed the murder can fill in some of the blanks. He's five foot ten with a medium build he was wearing dark pants. With the red T shared and if you noticed a dark wool hat remember the day was August second. One usually gray wool hat. In the area we don't know who we as we don't know visas fellow jogger what he's going if you that I said if you go. Westbound on the Belt Parkway you go into East New York Brooklyn. We don't know people went into these New York Horry went into. The pos in the 106 precincts will be south ozone park. The chief Boyes says they were able to come up and finalize his sketch in the last ten days and today wanna get it out there in front of the public to see. If anybody knows this man if he recognizes himself in this sketch they're telling him. To please come forward to help. With this investigation. For our lot in Brooklyn Kimberly Richardson channel seven Eyewitness News.
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