OAKLAND (CBS SF) — A suspect was taken into custody early Friday morning after a home invasion and attempted sexual assault at a residence in Oakland, according to authorities.

Oakland police responded to a report of a home invasion and attempted assault at a house on the 6500 block of Fenham Street at approximately 4:18 a.m. Friday morning. Residents in the area called 911 after hearing the victim fighting with and screaming at her attacker.

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When officers arrived on scene, the suspect broke through a plate glass window and attempted to flee, but police were able to take the suspect into custody.

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Officers learned the suspect had made his way into the residence. A female resident was home alone and the suspect physically assaulted and attempted to sexually assault her.

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The female victim was taken to an area hospital and is in stable condition. Investigators said that it does not appear that the suspect had any previous contact with the victim.