Police seeking suspect in two sexual assaults in Northeast Baltimore

  • Baltimore police released this sketch of a suspect in a Northeast Baltimore sex assault investigation.
Baltimore police released this sketch of a suspect in a Northeast… (Baltimore Police )
March 29, 2014|By Carrie Wells, The Baltimore Sun

Police are asking residents in a Northeast Baltimore neighborhood to be on the lookout for a man suspected of sexually assaulting two women inside their homes.

The suspect is believed to have sexually assaulted two women in their 20s in separate incidents in the last 15 months in the 3400 block of Mary Avenue in the Glenham-Belhar neighborhood.

Police said the suspect is heavyset, male, black with a dark complexion, and was seen wearing a construction vest and knit hat. Anyone with information can call the Sex Offense Unit at 410-396-2076. Tips leading to the arrest and indictment of a suspect could net a reward up to $2,000, authorities said.

Few details were provided on the sexual assaults. Police encouraged residents to make sure to lock their doors and windows.



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