SAN MATEO (CBS SF) – Police released new details in the case of a violent sexual assault involving a woman in her 60s, in hopes it will lead to the suspect’s arrest.

The attack happened Wednesday night around 10:40 p.m., in the area of 9th Avenue and S. El Camino Real. The victim was beaten and sexually assaulted.

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Police describe the attacker as a White or Hispanic homeless male in his late teens, or early 20s, with curly hair, light skin and average weight and built.

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Investigators have found items that fit the description of the suspect on the night of the attack – a bicycle with duct tape on the seat, black pants and a red lifeguard sweatshirt.

Police said the suspect is no longer wearing the clothes in the original description, but he may be carrying a backpack or satchel.

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In addition to releasing a photo of the red sweatshirt, police have learned the suspect visited several businesses in San Mateo and are asking them to check their surveillance camera footage.