A year later, police have no suspects in East Dallas rape, robbery, beating case

A year after the brutal rape and beating of a Parkland Hospital nurse in East Dallas, police still have no suspects.

In a recent news story, 31-year-old Ashley Green identified herself as the victim of the June 2011 attack and recounted her terrifying experience in hopes that her assailant might be caught.

On a street just off Henderson, in an area populated by bars and late-night restaurants, Green was blindsided as she walked to her car. She doesn’t remember much after that. She didn’t get a good look at her attacker. She senses there might have been two. She only heard a man say, “Shut up bitch,” before knocking her out the second time. She was raped and beaten beyond recognition.

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Today she is mentally and physically strong despite serious injuries incurred in the attack. She is not afraid to speak, she says. “The worst thing that could happen already has … only good could come of doing this,” she tells reporter Scott Goldstein. The entire story can be read here.

A $50,000 reward is being offered for information leading to an arrest and indictment in the case. Anyone with information can call police at 214-671-3584 or Crimestoppers at 214.373.8477.

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