Reward offered for information after man seen dragging woman in Orlando, police say

Up to $5K offered by Crimeline for tips about incident

A sketch of a woman who Orlando police said was seen being dragged by a man near the 800 block of Roberto Clemente Blvd. on Monday. (Orlando Police Department)

ORLANDO, Fla. – The Orlando Police Department on Twitter Sunday shared a flyer provided by Crimeline of a potential reward for information about an alleged incident where a man was seen dragging a woman in the Engelwood Park neighborhood last week.

Officers responded Monday to the 800 bock of Roberto Clemente Blvd. in reference to the incident, police said.

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The flyer, embedded below, included a sketch of the yet unidentified victim.

Anyone with knowledge of the incident or the woman’s identity was urged to contact Crimeline at 1-800-423-TIPS (8477) or **TIPS(8477). A potential reward of up to $5,000 was offered for such information.

The woman was described as being possibly in her 30s and is believed to be Hispanic, police said.

No other details were shared.

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