FAYETTEVILLE, North Carolina (WTVD) — The Fayetteville Police Department is looking for a serial rapist tied to 11 rapes.
The incidents happened between June 24, 2009 and July 17, 2010, in Fayetteville, Hope Mills, and Cumberland County – usually happening during the hours of 9 p.m. and 7:15 a.m., according to authorities.
“He was a predator,” said Fayetteville Police Lt. John Somerindyke. “He picked his prey very carefully. He did some prior recon obviously, you know as far as peeping into windows, seeing these ladies’ routines. He was stalking them, he was a predator, he knew the routines, then he struck middle of the night early morning when nobody was up, and raped each of these women.”
Officials said the suspect’s DNA was recovered at several of the crime scenes and was put into the National DNA Database.
The suspect has been described as an African American man in his 20s (could be in his 30s now), with a slender to medium build, standing between 5’9″ to 6′ tall and weighing around 160 to 200 pounds.
Police said his hair was covered most of the time during the incidents, so he could possibly have shoulder length or slightly longer dreadlocks.