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Woman Sexually Assaulted in Santa Monica Elevator

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A woman claims that she was sexually assaulted in an elevator in Santa Monica, reports KTLA, and police are looking for the suspect.

The alleged victim, whose name hasn't been revealed, says that she was attacked in her office building. She managed to fight off the attacker and get away, and he was last seen running down 5th St. and Santa Monica Blvd.

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