Calgary police released this sketch of a suspect from an attempted sexual assault on Saturday morning. (Calgary Police Services)

Calgary police are looking for help in locating a man who broke into a home and tried to sexually assault a woman inside.


At roughly 4:45 a.m. Saturday, a man forced his way into a home on the 2000 block of 38th Street S.E.


He ran into a woman inside and exposed himself to her. He then tried to grab her but she broke free and ran to her neighbour's house.


The woman was not injured.


A man was located and arrested in the area but investigators later discovered he wasn't involved.


The suspect is described as an Asian man with a pale complexion, roughly 20 to 25 years old, five foot eight inches to five foot nine inches tall, with a medium build and a roundish face.


He was wearing dark blue jeans, a plain black hoodie, a dark shirt and smelled heavily of men's cologne.


Anyone with information is asked to call Calgary Crime Stoppers.