A subject who is a serial rapist is being sought by the authorities of Mexico City, until now it is known that he has attacked women from the year 2012, at least it is known that he has to his credit 22 rapes against women.
This subject tends to approach women who walk alone, their victims do not have a specific physical profile. It doesn’t even have to do with her clothing.
He embraces the victims as if pretending to know them, but in reality he threatens them with a knife.
‘The police are following me, help me to get out of here ‘ that’s what the rapist says to all his victims while hugging them and holding a knife to their ribs.
He immediately takes them to a dark place like parks, wooded areas, under pedestrian bridges and even parking lots and there he rapes them sexually.
The women victims of this rapist describe him as a man between 35 and 40 years old, no taller than 1 meter 55 centimeters, with a thin complexion and a brown complexion.
The map that the authorities have managed to establish is that they have attacked more women between the mayor’s office Miguel Hidalgo and Álvaro Obregón. But he has also raped women in Cuajimalpa, Magdalena Contreras and in Benito Juárez.
It is believed that he is an ex-convict because between part of 2012 and 2019 there was no attack, it is believed that he was imprisoned for a time and when he left he attacked again.
Most of the attacks are committed after 6:30 in the afternoon, but also before dawn; and mainly on Thursdays.
It is known that the subject is fearful, that is, when women speak loudly, yell and are not submissive, he withdraws.
A SERIAL VIOLATOR of WOMEN, FREE in CDMX
Add 22 completed attacks.
No other had so many victims.
He threatens them with a knife and attacks them.
The @FiscaliaCDMX He thinks he’s a former prisoner.
– Carlos Jiménez (@ c4jimenez) September 23, 2020
Looking for a job? Sign up for the Virtual Employment Fair CDMX 2020
They give temporary employment in Neza to help family finances
Copyright law strictly forbids copying all or part of Excelsior’s materials without having previously obtained written permission and without including the link to the original text.