Crime Police warn of college serial rapist over holiday break at KU, K-State

17:55  17 december  2019
17:55  17 december  2019 Source:   kmbc.com

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K - State student Kelsey Hoined said she had not heard about the attacks. She lives in the Chase Manhattan Attacks in both college communities occurred in off-campus apartments, duplexes and Report anything suspicious, police said. Muniz, the senior at KU , sometimes works nights on campus

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The Lawrence and Riley County police departments are warning students at KU and K-State that don’t go home for the holidays to remain cautious over the holiday break.

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Both law enforcement agencies say they continue to search for an alleged serial rapist known to attack over holiday breaks near local college campuses. Police say they have connected the man to 13 incidents in Lawrence and Manhattan over the last 19 years but have yet to identify or catch the suspect.

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“In March of 2009, then Kansas Attorney General Steve Six announced that multiple incidents of rape committed over the course of eight years in both Manhattan and Lawrence appeared to be connected,” a joint news release from the police departments said.

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A 2015 attempted rape case in Manhattan was linked to a serial rapist who tormented women in Manhattan and Lawrence for nearly a decade, authorities said Thursday morning during a press conference.

MANHATTAN, Kan. Authorities have new information about a serial rapist who is believed to have attacked more than a dozen women from 2000 to 2008 in the college towns of Manhattan and Lawrence.

“These incidents occurred beginning in October of 2000 and ending in December of 2008, and they involved the victimization of 14 women and ultimately two communities, as all those subjected to these crimes were students of either Kansas State University or the University of Kansas. “

Police said each incident involved a masked intruder entering the victim’s off-campus residence, mostly between the hours of 2 a.m. and 4:30 a.m. as the victim slept. All but one of the attacks coincided with a break in the academic calendar. In all but two cases, police said the victim was alone.

The departments released a composite sketch of the alleged rapist in 2017 and have set up a website to aid in spreading information about their investigation.

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According to police, the suspect is a white man, estimated to be between 20 and 30 years old at the time of the assaults. Police said the man is between 5 feet, 9 inches and 6 feet tall with a “prominent stomach” and a medium to thick build.

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