Boise police are looking for suspects in a sexual assault reported in April.
Officers with the Boise Police Department have conducted “an exhaustive multi-state investigation,” the department said. But they are still trying to find key evidence for an arrest and are asking the public for help.
The attack reportedly happened between 1:30 a.m. and 4 a.m. on April 11, after a female victim left a nightclub on Fairview Avenue in a vehicle with three men she did not previously know. They planned to drive to a nearby restaurant, but police say the driver instead took the group to a park on West Northview and North Milwaukee Street, where all three of the men attacked the woman.
The attack was reported the morning of April 12.
The suspect vehicle is a silver, four-door passenger car with Washington state license plates.
The suspects are light-skinned males age 25 to 32. They wore ball caps the night of the reported assault.
The first suspect drove the car. He had dark hair, a goatee, a heavier build and large gauged earrings in both earlobes. He had a tattoo on his right arm that looked like a dragon, starting near his shoulder and wrapping around and down, ending at his wrist. He also had a tattoo of a cross, with a loop at the top, on the inside of his left wrist. He had another tattoo on his neck, but police did not provide a description of it.
The second suspect had brown, wavy hair and facial hair. He had gauged earrings in both earlobes.
The third suspect was younger than the other two suspects. He had blonde hair and wore marijuana leaf-shaped earrings in both ears.
Officers have followed leads that have taken them out of state, in an effort to find the suspects.
Anyone with any information is urged to contact Crime Stoppers at (208) 343-2677 or leave a tip at www.343COPS.com. Tips can be anonymous, and Crime Stoppers is offering a reward up to $1,000 for information leading to the arrest of felony suspects.