Police Name Two ‘Persons of Interest’ Involved in Wright County Park Assault [VIDEO]
BUFFALO -- Authorities are looking for two people involved in the brutal assault of a Buffalo woman outside a park yesterday (Wednesday) morning.
28-year-old Justin Jensen, of Maple Lake, and 33-year-old Natasha Brandenburger have been named as "persons of interest" after 19-year-old Cheyenne Clough was found with life threatening injuries outside Crow Springs County Park.
A news conference was held this (Thursday) afternoon. Wright County Sheriff's Captain Todd Hoffman says authorities are asking for the public's help in finding Jensen and Bradenburger, who are believed to be driving in a white Honda Accord 4 door sedan, with Iowa license plate reading AXK248 (may have changed plates).
Hoffman says they believe this was not a random act and that Jensen and Brandenburger knew the victim.
Clough was last seen Tuesday afternoon at a residence in the 200 block of Birch Avenue Northwest in Maple Lake, before she was found unresponsive early Wednesday morning.
She remains in critical condition at North Memorial Hospital.