Woman reportedly assaulted, car stolen in parking lot

A woman reported to LPD that she was sitting in her car in a restaurant parking lot when a man got in her car, assaulted her, and then stole the vehicle.

LINCOLN, Neb. (KLKN)- Just after midnight on July 10, LPD reported responding to an assault call to the Dairy Queen on south 16th street. 

Officers say a 20-year-old woman was sitting in her car in the Dairy Queen parking lot when she was approached by a man with his face covered. The woman told police the man proceeded to open her car door as she sat inside and then assaulted her. The victim “indicated” to police that the man told her he had a gun and threatened her as well.

After the assault, the woman told officers the man took off with her 2003 silver Pontiac Grand Prix.

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Officers reported seeing injuries on the victim that were consistent with the assault. 

The woman’s car is still missing, LPD is asking people to keep a lookout for the 2003 silver Pontiac Grand Prix, its Nebraska plates are WKU393.

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