The London police are on the hunt for a serial rapists who has attacked nearly 100 men and women in Britain.
According to a police profile pieced together from interviews with victims, the suspect is an Afro-Caribbean man in his late 30s. He is tall, athletic, and has lived in south London or the south coast city of Brighton for some time, Morgan said.
Police say the suspect has sexually assaulted 88 elderly women and 10 elderly men in southeast London since 1990. The attacks have often been separated by several years, said London police Detective Superintendent Simon Morgan.
“That shows he could be traveling outside of Britain during those periods, perhaps to the Caribbean,” Morgan said. (AP)
Why are the British Police looking in the Caribbean? They feel that the gaps in time between rapes could mean the perpetrator divides his time where he lives.
British forensic specialist Ray Fysh said scientists used an advanced form of DNA testing to identify the rapist’s ancestral blood lines. Based on the results and the fact that there are gaps between the attacks, police believe he might divide his time between the southern Caribbean and England.