South Carolina Police Say Suspect Called 911 After He Attacked Girl, Then Fled Scene

South Carolina police are looking for a man who allegedly assaulted a 16-year-old girl in a park on Friday, reported.

The Mauldin Police Department released an anonymous 911 call that they said they received Friday from the suspect, reported.

The 911 call was released on Monday:

Caller: "I think I just killed a girl. She's in Sunset Park."

Dispatcher: "Sunset Park? What happened?"

Caller: "She wouldn't let me touch her. I just thought she was pretty."

Dispatcher: "Who am I speaking with?"

Caller: "I can't tell you all that. Just come get her, please."

When police arrived at the scene, they found the unconscious 16-year-old girl. The suspect had fled the scene.

"The man in a tan jacket came up behind me and he scared me and he told me that pretty girls shouldn't cry," said Pearl Brown, who claims to have been the victim of the attack, reported.

"I told him I felt uncomfortable and that I was going to leave. So, I turned around to leave and he called my name. In shock, I turned back around toward him, trying to figure out how he knew my name, and he was right there in my face and he hit my head up against the pole twice."

Police describe the suspect as a black male, 6-feet-tall and weighing around 185 pounds.
He was last seen dressed in a tan knee-length jacket, black leather gloves and a black hat.

A forensic artist produced a sketch of the suspect based on the victim’s description.

Police consider the man to be dangerous. They are asking people to call police at 864-289-8900 with any information that may help lead to the suspect’s arrest.

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