The Jacksonville Sheriff’s Workplace shared a piece of brand-new info with the general public Friday as part of an investigation into a Monday attack on an 8-year-old woman in a woody location near Jacksonville University.

The lady had difficulty recalling any info as she’s had a rough time recuperating in a healthcare facility however Friday she had the ability to shed a little light on the person who attacked her, Chief Tom Hackney said.

He said the woman told private investigators her aggressor was a black male with brief hair.

Though police acknowledged the description is restricted, they said it’s vital is essential to launch any new info on the aggressor to the public. Initially the woman was so distressed that she might just state the aggressor was a man.

Hackney could not provide an approximate age of the assailant however did state the general public should be aware of any individual who has actually changed his appearance in the recently or anybody who has actually asked a lot of concerns about the case.

Authorities stated the 8-year-old girl was assaulted Monday about 6:40 pm behind a church and structure in the 2900 block of University Boulevard North.

Hackney said investigators have actually interviewed nearly all the registered sex offenders in the location without much progress.

“To say it is heinous is the understatement of the year,” Hackney stated of the attack on the girl.

He also stated parents needhave to know where their children are and exactly what they are doing in the hours prior to and after school as classes are set to start August 24 in Duval County.

Joe Daraskevich: -LRB-904-RRB- 359-4308