Cops hunt man after three women are stalked and sexually assaulted amid fears he’s lurking near Tube station to attack

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POLICE are looking out a man after three women had been stalked and sexually assaulted in a string of assaults in north-west London.

The assaults handed off on three consecutive weekends near Dollis Hill station – and cops contemplate the man has been lurking by the Tube to uncover his victims.

The three separate incidents each handed off decrease than 5 minutes’ stroll from Dollis Hill Underground StationCredit: google maps

A 30-year-old girl was adopted by a male at about 11.25pm on August 28 and sexually assaulted in Fleetwood Road, Brent.

Eight days later, on September 5, a 21-year-old girl was sexually assaulted in shut by Ellesmere Road merely after 10pm sooner than a member of most of the people intervened and the suspect ran away.

Then at 10.15pm on September 11 one different 21-year-old was sexually assaulted in Ellesmere Road, with the suspect fleeing after a member of most of the people stepped in.

Each sufferer described the man as mixed race, slim assemble, with facial stubble and carrying black garments.

The officer essential the investigation, Detective Inspector Jonny Newell, well-known the assaults handed off “on a weekend, at a similar time and in very close proximity to both the Underground and each other”.

“It is clear that the perpetrator is waiting at or near the Tube station with the sole purpose of seeking out women to follow to a secluded area before he carries out his attacks,” Mr Newell talked about.

“On each occasion the victims have managed to elevate the alarm, inflicting their attacker to flee the scene. We are extraordinarily grateful to the two members of most of the people who acquired right here to their assist.

“All of the women have understandably been left shaken and we are doing everything we can to stop this happening again.

“We would urge anyone who lives throughout the house to consider whether or not or not they seen one thing suspicious on any of these evenings and to check any CCTV or doorbell footage they might have.

“Sexual assaults of this nature keep very unusual nonetheless we are going to in truth be ending up additional patrols throughout the house over the next few weeks.

“Tackling violence against women and girls is one of the Met’s top priorities and we are determined to stop this man from causing further harm.”

Anyone with information is requested to title 101, giving the reference 8659/11SEP. Information could be provided anonymously to Crimestoppers by calling 0800 555111.

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