Ha-ha, I just gave you HIV.
That's what a rape victim was told as she was brutally attacked -- possibly for hours -- near her Philadelphia, Pa., home, the victim's sister tells NBC10.
Philadelphia Police asked for the public’s help Tuesday to help track down the assailant. They made a surveillance video public that they say shows the rapist as he approached the victim and then began beating and raping her.
The "violent, unprovoked" attack happened just after midnight Aug. 29, after the victim, 24, dropped a friend off at a bus stop police Special Victims Unit Capt. John Darby told reporters Tuesday.
As she walked along a nearby street the man jumped her from behind, began punching her, forced her into an alley and raped her repeatedly, police said.
“The 24-year-old victim sustained severe head and facial injuries to the point of almost being unrecognizable,” Darby said. Darby says the suspect also choked the woman until she was unconscious. It's possible she was raped repeatedly possibly over a period of hours.
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