Three New York City women attacked within an hour in the same park in Manhattan
Three New York women were attacked in an Upper Manhattan park within an hour on Wednesday, police are suspecting one person behind the attacks.
A 34-year-old woman became the first victim of the attacks that took place in Inwood Hill Park. A suspect brutally assaulted his victim at about 10:50 a.m. The woman told the investigators that the creep wanted to rape her but ended up punching her before stealing her IPhone, Apple Watch and earbuds.
The second victim was a 4o-year-woman, walking her dog in the park. The victim said the man threatened to rob her before telling her that he intended to rape her too and also to kill his dog.
The woman started screaming for help forcing the creep to take off, police said.
Closer to noon the bastard reminded of himself but it was like he was ranging the women from younger to older. This time he attacked a 44-year-old woman, who was also walking her dog in the same park.
The suspect approached her and whacked her in the head with a branch. The victim was treated at Harlem Hospital for a cut to her head, police confirmed.
The suspected, described a Hispanic male, is still at large. No arrests have been made, police said.