The New York Police Department is on the lookout for a dreadlocked man who they claim has assaulted three different women in two separate attacks, sources reported to a New York Criminal Lawyer.
The suspect’s first victim was a 25-year-old woman. He grabbed her from behind and pulled off her underwear before he was able to fight her off, police told a New York Criminal Lawyer. According to police, he choked the victim, reached up her dress and pulled off her underwear before she was able to fight him off.
The same suspect approached two other women four days later, 25 and 28 years old, as they walked home from a subway station. He pushed them into the backyard at Pershing Crescent and Manton St., sources told a New York Criminal Lawyer. The women fought against their attacker, who was wearing a brown leather jacket at the time. He attempted to grope them and take the underwear of one of the victims, according to police.
The suspect is described as being in his 20s, around six feet tall, and with a thin build. All three women sustained minor injuries from the attacks, like bruises and lacerations. Police have set up a hotline to catch the suspect, hopefully before he strikes again, New York Criminal Lawyers have learned.
Criminals such as the suspect discussed above, would do much better to turn themselves in before the situation becomes more than anyone ever anticipated.
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