Woman attacked, her truck stolen during home break-in

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WICHITA, Kan. — Wichita Police are searching for the man who attacked a woman in her home overnight, then stole her truck.

It happened just after 3 a.m. at a home in the 2600 block of South Southeast Boulevard. Police say a 58-year-old woman woke up hearing a dog barking at the back of the house. When she noticed the back door open, she was attacked from behind.

A man wearing a ski mask reportedly punched, then kicked her in the nose, mouth and arms. He then stole her cell phone, keys and truck.

The suspect was described by police as an unknown race male, about 6-feet tall and 200 pounds, wearing a black ski mask. He left in her 2003 gold Toyota Tundra with a ladder rack on top. No license plate information was provided.

The woman was not seriously injured.

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