CCSO report: Female assaulted while walking trails at Lacamas Regional Park

The victim fought off the attacker and was able to flee and call 9-1-1

A female walking the trails in Lacamas Regional Park was assaulted by an unidentified male Friday afternoon, according to a report from the Clark County Sheriff’s Office.

The Lacamas Regional Park is a 312-acre park which extends through portions of the city of Camas and areas of unincorporated Clark County. Image courtesy of Clark County Sheriff’s Office
The Lacamas Regional Park is a 312-acre park which extends through portions of the city of Camas and areas of unincorporated Clark County. Image courtesy of Clark County Sheriff’s Office

On Friday (July 2) at about 4:30 p.m., the lone female was walking the trails in Lacamas Regional Park near Round Lake. The victim was distracted by a male calling to her.  When she stopped, the suspect approached, grabbed her, assaulted her, and attempted to move her off the main trail. 

The victim fought off the attacker and was able to flee and call 9-1-1.  The suspect fled in the opposite direction.  The female was not physically injured. 

The suspect is described as a white male, early 20’s, small, slight build, brown shaggy hair, and light sparse facial hair. He was last seen wearing grey shorts, dark colored hooded sweatshirt, and all black Nike “skater-type” shoes.

The Lacamas Regional park is a 312-acre park which extends through portions of the city of Camas (Camas PD jurisdiction) and areas of unincorporated Clark County (Clark County Sheriff’s Office jurisdiction).

Anyone with any information on this incident is asked to contact the Clark County Sheriff’s Office or the Camas Police Department. 

Information provided by Clark County Sheriff’s Office.

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