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Same Suspect May Have Committed Burglaries, Sex Assaults From 2010 To 2012

12:28 PM, Sep 28, 2012   |    comments
composite sketch of man wanted in sexual assault in January.
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GAITHERSBURG, Md. (WUSA) -- Montgomery County Police say the same suspect may be involved with burglaries and suspicious incidents from August 2011, sexual assaults from June 19, 2010, August 2010, and January 2011 and incidents from August 28, 2011, September 2, 2012, and September 22, 2012.

According to police, on the morning of August 28, 2011, Gaithersburg City officers went to an apartment in the 900 block of Clopper Road in Gaithersburg for a report of a burglary. A man reportedly entered a 37-year-old woman's apartment through an open back bedroom window.  Then, he forced her to perform a sexual act before fleeing. He was described as a black male between 20 and 28 years old, between 5'7" and 5'9" tall, and between 160 and 170 pounds.

On September 2, 2012, at approximately 4:10 a.m., police say a 50-year-old woman was sleeping downstairs at her home in the 18100 block of Metz Drive in Germantown when a noise awakened her. She went to the front door and found a man with a knife in his hand.  The two struggled and she was cut. The man then fled.  Police believe he may have entered the home through an unlocked sliding glass door. He was described as a black male, between 5'8" and 5'10" tall and between 160 and 170 pounds.

On September 22, 2012, at approximately 11:33 p.m., police say that a woman reported that she had left her apartment in the 15600 block of Marathon Circle in Gaithersburg and saw a man looking into an apartment on the first floor. When he noticed that she had seen him, he fled. The incident was reported as a "peeping tom" incident.

If you have any information about the incidents or the suspect, please call the Major Crimes Division - Homicide/Sex Section at 240-773-5070 or Crime Solvers of Montgomery County at 1-866-411-TIPS (8477). Crime Solvers will pay a cash reward of up to $1,000 for information that leads to an arrest and/or indictment.

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