Seattle Police seek suspect who used flowers to lure victim in vicious attack
KCPQ
Seattle Police are trying to identify a suspect who pretended to be a flower delivery man before viciously attacking a woman when she came to her door.

via KCPQ:

SEATTLE (KCPQ) -- Seattle Police are still working to identify the suspect who pretended to be a flower delivery man before viciously attacking a woman when she came to the door.

The woman had to have surgery to replace her orbital socket with a titanium implant.

Surveillance video shows the suspect who police are trying to identify hitting the woman in the face, knocking her back into the lobby of her lower Queen Anne apartment building and onto the ground. He continued to beat her in while she was on the phone with her friend pleading for help. He then pulled out some mace and started spraying her in the face.

The suspect is described as standing about 6 feet 2 inches tall, in his late 20s to early 30s. He has a beard connected to a goatee, and spoke without an accent. He was wearing a black hoodie with "Los Angeles" spelled out in white letters on the left sleeve. The attack happened on August 24. The suspect did not take anything.

"I opened my door for flowers and I ended up assaulted. How could I go and open a door for somebody who had such ill intent for me?”

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