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The police aren't sure if the attempted sexual assault in broad daylight was random, and are asking for residents to review their home surveillance footage.
The development comes two weeks after the U.S. Justice Department said it will stand by its prior decision not to file criminal charges against former FBI agents accused of botching the investigation into Nassar in 2015.
Investigators also found a cellphone registered to the Esko man at the crime scene, charges say.
A criminal complaint states that Anthony Holloway paused several times to look at the victim's injuries before resuming the attack.

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