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Woman, 71, sexually assaulted by home invasion suspect who fled in her car, police say

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Police have released photos of the victim's vehicle they say the suspect drove off in after the attack.  PHILADELPHIA - Philadelphia police are looking to identify and locate a suspect they say sexually assaulted a woman during a home invasion in East Mount Airy Thursday afternoon.

The incident occurred around 3:30 p.m. on the 7400 block of Devon Street. Police say the victim, a 71-year-old woman was inside her home when a male entered her unlocked front door while screaming for help.

The suspect, believed to be between the ages of 17 and 24, then demanded money from the victim. When she refused, police say the suspect began punching her in the head and back and began choking her .

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