A video captured a person of interest seen near the area in Edmonds where a jogger was attacked. (Edmonds Police Department)

A video captured a person of interest seen near the area in Edmonds where a jogger was attacked. (Edmonds Police Department)

Video shows man suspected of attacking a woman in Edmonds

The man allegedly threw her on the ground, then ran away after the she began kicking and screaming.

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