New video released of suspect in 3 Brooklyn rapes

Police have released another surveillance video recording in the search for a man who allegedly raped three women in Brooklyn. According to investigators, the suspect

Police say the man engages his victims in conversation before luring them to isolated areas.

Police say the man engages his victims in conversation before luring them to isolated areas. (4/18/13)

BROOKLYN - Police have released another surveillance video recording in the search for a man who allegedly raped three women in Brooklyn.

According to investigators, the suspect engages his victims in conversation before luring them to isolated areas and raping them. They say he's struck in both Canarsie and Crown Heights.

The first assault was on April 4 near Albany Avenue and Fenimore Street. The same man is believed to have then attacked a 19-year-old near Remsen Avenue and Farragut Road on April 11, and a 15-year-old later that same night near Midwood Street and Schentady Avenue.

The new video is from the night of the last assaults. Authorities had previously released surveillance video of the suspect seen greeting another man at a bus stop.

He's described as a black male in his 20s, about 5 feet 9 inches tall and 170 pounds. He was last seen wearing a green camouflaged jacket and pants, and a baseball cap.
 

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