Rape victim comes forward in search for her SE Houston attacker

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A woman has come forward in an effort to find the man she says raped her earlier this year (KTRK)

Outside of where she used to live, Meyoshi Green choked back tears as she described what happened to her against her will. Green and her cousin were moving into an apartment complex off of Bellfort Street in southeast Houston when she says two men broke in and held them against their will in February. Green says she and her cousin were raped and forced to perform sexual acts on the two men. The men, she says, then stole their purses and their cars as well.

Green spoke out because she says she wants the suspect who is on the loose to be caught.

Green revealed her face and passed out a composite sketch of the other suspect around the neighborhood where it happened today. She thinks other people in the community know who the other suspect is and she wants someone to speak up, even if that means putting her safety at risk.

When asked about her own safety concerns, Green said, "Yes, there's that paranoia there's always that fear. But I can't sit down and do nothing while he's out on the street and has the opportunity to do this to someone else. I mean as long as he's out there, there's a chance that he can do this to someone else. Somebody's daughter, somebody's mother. I mean, anybody."
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