Suspect is wanted in the rapes of two Bronx sex workers
Two women who posted online ads for sexual services were sexually assaulted by the same man at the same Bronx hotel, police said.
The attacker, who also robbed the victims and threatened to cut them up at the 7 Days Hotel on Bruckrner Boulevard near Havemeyer Ave. in Castle Hill, is still being sought.
The first attack occurred on September 17 at 7:30 a.m. during which he responded to an advertisement for sexual services, but then pulled out a knife, stole the 25-year-old woman’s money, and threatened to cut her before abusing her. .
Likewise, on November 8 at 6 in the morning at the same hotel, the suspect posed as another man to enter the room of a 26-year-old woman whom he also threatened with a knife, robbed, and raped.
The two victims refused medical treatment.
The criminal, who may be in his 20s, can be seen on video both days entering and leaving the hotel where he carried out the attacks.
Anyone with information on him is asked to call Crime Stoppers at (800) 577-TIPS.
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