(BIRMINGHAM, U.K.) WM Police Appeal Report: Detectives investigating three attacks on women have released CCTV of a suspect: Urges anyone who believes they recognise him to get in touch: The victims were all assaulted on the night of Sun.01: in less than an hour: Firstly a 35-year-old woman was raped and robbed of her necklace after being walked by the man from Soho Road to Waverhill Park at around 10.15pm #AceNewsDesk reports

#AceNewsReport – Sept.19: CCTV images of the suspected Soho Road attacker: Minutes later a 46-year-old was robbed of her handbag in Soho Road – it was later retrieved by two Good Samaritan passers-by who chased the offender – before CCTV shows the same man assaulting an unknown female in nearby Rookery Road.

CCTV images of the suspected Soho Road attackerOfficers have launched an investigation and seized images of the man they believe is responsible: He’s described as eastern European, in his late 20s to early 30s, with dark brown hair and a goatee beard…………….He was wearing a white t-shirt, ripped blue jeans and a black leather jacket with a diagonal zip…………………………Victims have also described the offender as having a tattoo on his right bicep, a circle tattoo on his neck and another tattoo on his right hand.
Superintendent Ed Foster from Birmingham West Police Unit, said:
“We’re looking at three very nasty attacks on women in a short period of time: The first victim suffered multiple fractures to her arm as she tried fending off the attacker…………………..“The women have provided a good description of the attacker including details of tattoos on his arm, leg and neck………………..“We need to trace this man immediately and I’d urge anyone who believes they recognise him, or may have seen him in the area, to get in touch…………..“We also need to trace the third victim or indeed anyone else who may have been attacked by the man but not reported the incident to police……………………..“All information will be handled with the utmost confidence…we just want information that will help us catch the offender and protect the public.”

People can call WMP on 101 or Live Chat via WMP Online; alternatively contact the charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111:

#AceNewsDesk reports ……………..Published: Sept.19: 2019:

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