UPDATE: 6:10 p.m.
Neighbors in Holladay are worried this suspect is still walking the streets somewhere.
"I just think women need to be more careful especially at night because you never know what going to happen," said Rhonda Jochem.
Rhonda Jochem walks past the gas station where the woman was attacked. She says she's making changes to keep herself safe. "I'll be more safe. I'll carry like some spray with me-- mace," she said.
We also talked with men concerned about their wives and girlfriends. "I'll say be careful. Don't be alone. Don't be getting gas at night. Do it during the day," said Melvin Pollard.
"I think I will possibly try to be more observant, notice someone around me that maybe felt a little more suspicious," said Liz Whitney.
Hundreds of people terrorized by the violence inflicted on one woman.
Many people hope police catch the suspect soon.
The suspect is a black man who weighs about 175 pounds. He stands about 5'9" and was wearing a black hoodie and black gloves. Call the Unified Police Department with tips.