Sketch Released Of Serial Rape Suspect In Palm Beach Co.

PALM BEACH COUNTY (CBS4) — The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office is looking for a serial rape suspect wanted for a series of violent sexual offenses. Police have released a composite sketch of the suspect in the hopes someone will recognize the man.

 He’s wanted in connection with at least 4 sexual assaults.

On April 9, 2009, in the area of Old Dixie Highway in Jupiter, a 21-year old woman who was walking at night in her neighborhood was violently sexually battered, beaten and bitten by her attacker.

On July 24, 2009, in Palm Springs, a 26 year old woman was attacked in the early morning hours inside her home and sexually battered.

On August 8, 2009, in the area of Forest Hill Blvd. and N Military Trail, a 53 year old woman was sitting outside her residence in the late evening hours and was violently sexually battered, beaten and bitten by her attacker.

On January 16, 2010, a 58 year old female was attacked in the area of Lake Worth Road and Congress Avenue, while walking to work in the early morning hours. She was violently beaten and sexually battered.

The sheriff’s office says all of the attacks are believed to have been committed by the same person.

Anyone with information should contact Palm Beach County Crime Stoppers at 1-800-458 TIPS.


One Comment

  1. Looking for Someone says:

    Can you tell me if he is African America or Latino?

    This is important.

  2. Carol says:

    The only thing is when they find and arrest this animal whatever they do to this man it NOT good enough as long as they keep calling what he is doing rape that is why the law has to change to MANSLAUGHTER nothing more nothing less.

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