Granby police looking for man who allegedly attempted to grab woman jogger

Hampshire County

Police are looking to identify a man who allegedly attempted to grab a woman jogger in the West Street area on May 13.

Chief Alan Wishart of the Granby Police Department said a woman reported a man trying to grab her while she was jogging in the West Street and Burnett Street area. The woman told police a man came out of a field and attempted to grab her. No contact was made, the woman told police.

Chief Wishart said they were called to the same area on May 13, for a report about a man jogging in the middle of the road. The man was not identified from that incident because he was not doing anything wrong and was reluctant to speak with the officers.

The man police are looking for is described as 5’10 tall, weighs 200 pounds, and could be between the ages of 40-50.

He was wearing no shirt, shorts (or rolled up sweatpants), and boots. He has a large tattoo on his back that is described as an incomplete circle.

After interviewing nearby residents and police departments, Chief Wishart said police have yet to identify the man.

Anyone with information on the man’s identity is asked to contact Granby Police at (413) 467-9222.

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