BALTIMORE — Police are hunting for three men allegedly responsible for a terrifying graveside rape of a woman who was visiting a relative’s tomb in a Baltimore cemetery.
Investigators say the men approached the woman at around 11:30 p.m. on April 30th at the Voshell Memorial Gardens Cemetery and pulled out a gun. They then stole her money and cell phone before taking turns raping her, cops said.
The suspects then fled and the woman went to a local hospital, cops said.
Police released an artist’s sketch of one of the suspects whom they described as a very pale, white man around 50-years-old, who stood about 5-foot-7, weighs 200 pounds and had long gray hair in a ponytail and sported a long gray beard that was braided in the middle. He was wearing dark-colored “Docker” pants and sandals at the time.
The second suspect was described as a 5-foot-10 white man in his late 20’s. He had short dark brown hair, wore a large gauge earring in his left ear, and tan shorts and a dark polo shirt.
The last suspect was described as a bi-racial 5-foot-9 man who weighed around 250 lbs and appeared to be in his 30’s. He was wearing flips flops, tan shorts, polo shirt with a college logo on the front.
Anyone with information is asked to call the Baltimore Police Department’s sex offense detectives at 410-396-2076.