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The Madison Police Department and Madison Area Crime Stoppers need YOUR help in identifying a suspicious person. On November 5th at 3:20pm, a 13-year old girl, walking home from school on Westbrook Lane, reported being touched inappropriately. The victim said a man, who told her he was 16, began walking with her on Raymond Road while making casual conversation. As he was about to depart, he asked for a hug. While she did not consent, he began hugging her. It was at this time she was touched inappropriately. The victim immediately went home and contacted a parent. The suspect is described as a male black, dark complexion, 5 foot 8, thin build, with light stubble on his upper lip. He was wearing a blue Chicago Bears type jacket with orange sleeves, blue jeans, and black shoes. The girl thought he looked more like in his twenties than 16 and indicated she does not know him. If you have any information regarding the identity of this suspect or information regarding this incident, please contact Madison Area Crime Stoppers at 266-6014, or, on the web, at P3Tips.com. Individuals contacting Crime Stoppers can remain anonymous and may be eligible for a cash reward. Since its creation in 1983, Madison Area Crime Stoppers has: • Solved 3,547 cases and tips have lead to the arrest of 2,292 people. • Received 29,047 tips. • Recovered $5,819,862 in narcotics and $1,823,429 in property.