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A sexual predator is on the loose in New York City, with cops looking for the man who forcibly entered a woman’s apartment in East Village where he attempted to rape the tenant. The suspect threatened the woman at knifepoint before robbing her shortly afterward.

According to NBC News, the suspect was captured in a local surveillance camera, where he appears to be an African-American male, wearing a durag, and a pair of shorts with the word “Rude” emblazoned on the front.

Police reports stated that at around 9 a.m., the suspect was seen stalking a 51-year-old woman into the Lillian Wald House near the FDR Drive on Sunday. He proceeded to break into her apartment, and pulled a knife, threatening the victim. The assailant attempted to violate the woman but wound up pleasuring himself instead. After this, he then stole the woman’s cell phone along with $20, then fled the scene. Paramedics responded to a 911 call and took the woman to Mount Sinai Beth Israel in Manhattan.

Following the incident, authorities released the surveillance footage of the suspect to help identify him and locate his whereabouts. The suspect is described by the police as a man in his early 20s, about 5-feet-7 in height, approximately 150 pounds or 70kg, with a dark skin complexion, a slim build, and moderate facial hair. The suspect wore a silver wrap or a “durag”, a black t-shirt, a pair of white shorts with “Rude” printed on the front, white sneakers and a chain around his neck.

A similar incident in July was reported in New York City when another 20-year-old man was accused of rape. The suspect was indicted on Wednesday for his attack on a woman while she was walking on the Upper West side. According to an announcement by Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg, the man dragged the victim to a secluded area and attempted to sexually assault her. The suspect was identified as Estarling Martinez Cabral and is being charged with attempted rape, first-degree sexual abuse, second-degree strangulation, and unlawful imprisonment in the first degree. The victim was covered with scratches and lacerations. Medics shortly arrived and treated her at the scene.

New York City cops are also on the hunt for a creep who grabbed a woman's buttocks on a Manhattan subway train on Tuesday. The suspect allegedly threatened people on the train telling them he would stab their eyes and could touch anyone he wanted. The woman and other horrified commuters managed to get off the train at 72nd St. station while the man remained on the southbound train. Police said no one was injured during the attack.

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