The Garden City Police Department is searching for a Garden City woman who is suspected of aggravated burglary.

At 5:45 a.m. Friday, the Garden City Police Department responded to 800 N. Sixth St. for a reported aggravated burglary. When officers arrived on scene, they located an 18-year-old woman standing at the corner of Sixth and Walnut Streets with blood on her legs.

The investigation reveal that the woman was asleep in the living room of the apartment when she heard a loud bang. When she awoke, the suspect was on top of her hitting her. According to the GCPD, the woman rolled onto the floor to try and protect herself as the suspect continued to attack her. Venturi then grabbed a weapon in the house to defend herself and injured the suspect. Once the suspect was injured, they fled the scene. The woman then fled the apartment and called police.

Further investigation revealed the suspect broke out the window of the front door and gained entry into the house. GCPD searched the area, but were unable to located the suspect.

Police say the person of interest in the investigation is Savannah Newberry, 23, of Garden City. If anyone knows Newberry's whereabouts or has information related to the incident, they are asked to call the GCPD (620) 276-1300. Those who wish to remain anonymous can call Crime Stoppers at (620) 275-7807, or can text their tip to GCTIP to Tip411 (847411)