Conway police are investigating the alleged rape of a woman in her home at Keathley Drive early Friday.

According to a Conway Police Department release, a resident at Keathley Drive off of East German Lane told police she was asleep in bed when she woke up with a man "straddling and choking her."

The victim told police the man made her undress and then forced her into the bathroom where he allegedly sexually assaulted her, according to CPD.

La Tresha Woodruff, public information officer for the department, said the woman escaped through an open bathroom window.

Woodruff said police believe the unknown subject entered the home through the window.

According to the release, the victim went to a neighbor's house to call police and saw the alleged attacker leave through the front door.

She then returned to her home to get her child, the release stated.

Woodruff said the victim could not offer much of a description of the subject because it was dark at the time of the alleged incident, but he is described as white and about five feet, 10 inches tall.

Patrol officers did not find a suspect when the area was checked, but detectives are following up on leads at this time, according to Woodruff.

The victim received medical attention for injuries she suffered during the attack, and the child was unharmed.

Woodruff said the victim does not believe she was acquainted with her attacker.