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Authorities say the woman was working out in the hotel gym when she was approached by the suspect, who pulled out a gun and demanded she leave with him. She tried to run for the door but was struck in the head with the gun. She was able to run to the lobby as the suspect escaped. Upper Merion officials say the man was driving a gray Dodge Charger with no plate — the same description of the vehicle connected to the incidents in Philadelphia.
Philadelphia police want to get him off the streets after they say he raped and robbed at least three women and attempted to attack at least three more. Police say they are often followed home from work.
Many of these women shared the experiences through online forums, which police say helped them link all of these cases together. The stories of at least six women who have been targeted in Philadelphia since Sunday start like this. Mark Burgmann said.
Followed home by a silver Dodge Charger and this man, according to Philadelphia police, who since may 15 has been stalking and in at least three cases, robbing and raping women. On May 16, police say the man seen was inside of a club and sexually assaulted a woman at gunpoint in an alley in North Philadelphia. The next morning, a dancer told police she was followed home by the same man. He fled when she ran for help. Just a few hours later, police say the suspect, this time posing as an electrical worker to gain access, then sexually assaulted two women at gunpoint.
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Well, here's how it all went down Credit: Philadelphia police. Five of the six victims were followed home from the erotic dance venues where they are employed. As he is seen walking around, she flees and phones police.
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