Police in San Francisco are searching for Dexter Oliver, the man who reportedly set a woman on fire near her home in the Bayview District on Jan. 6, 2013.
Oliver reportedly had an argument with a woman in a laundromat on Sunday. Reports indicate that he had a "dating relationship" for about three months with the woman.
KGO-TV spoke to witnesses at the scene who state that the young woman was running down the street after Oliver threw gasoline all over her and set her on fire. Witnesses report that she was able to take her burning sweater off as she ran from Oliver.
Precious Craig, the victim's sister, told KGO-TV that Lamare and Oliver had an argument over whether to leave laundry at a laundromat prior to the attack.
"Most of her face is burnt ... Just a little bit of hair is still there, but most of her face is burned." - Precious Craig via KGO-TV
Family members have identified the woman who was set on fire as 25-year-old Starr Lamare, the mother of three children.
The Silicone Valley Mercury News reports that the woman was transported to St. Francis Hospital's Burn Center to be treated for life-threatening injuries.
San Francisco police are still searching for Dexter Oliver, 22. The suspect is 5 feet 10 and weighs 155 pound, wears a hair cut with a fish pattern on one side and a lightning bolt on the other. Police state that Oliver was wearing a red and white hoodie sweatshirt, pajama pants with a multicolored shamrock design and grey and red Nike shoes.