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Two London rapes ‘carried out by same unidentified man four years apart’

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It is “highly likely” that the unidentified guy being sought by police for rapes two different women in London four years apart is responsible for other incidents.

The first incident happened on May 5, 2018, just before three in the morning, in the vicinity of The Strand in Westminster. The Metropolitan Police released the suspect’s E-fit.

In the wee hours of December 10, 2022, a second victim was sexually assaulted in Curtain Road, Shoreditch, and a CCTV picture of the suspected offender was released.

Detectives’ forensic investigation revealed that the same unidentified male was behind both attacks, despite the fact that they were first investigated as distinct crimes.

The Met wants to speak to people who may know the suspect, who they say appears to target lone women at night.
Detective inspector Chris Heathcote, of Scotland Yard, said: “Given the four-year gap, we must assume that it’s highly likely the suspect has carried out further attacks.

“A review of all unsolved rapes for this time period has identified no links to these two offences, but I would appeal to anyone who feels they have been a victim to come forward.”

He added: “I understand there will be concern that this individual remains outstanding, but can offer every assurance that we are taking all possible steps to ensure he is found and brought to justice for these awful crimes.”

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