Serial sex attacker targets SEVEN women in a month in London after cycling up behind them

A SERIAL sex attacker is believed to be on the loose in London after targeting seven women in a month.

On each occasion the man has cycled up behind a woman before either exposing himself or carrying out a sexual assault.

Cops say the attacks have mostly taken place in the Tower Hamlets area in East London between August 30 and September 29.

On four of the occasions the man is reported to have masturbated at the time.

He is known to wear a mask whilst committing offences, and was seen wearing a black zip hoody, grey joggers with a thick black stripe from hip to knee, potentially wearing a bike lock around his neck and a chequered baseball cap.

His bike is described as black and silver.

Police are now urging anyone with further information to come forward, including any more potential victims.

If you recognise the man in the image above or have information you would like to share with police, you can call 101 or tweet @MetCC and quote CAD286/29SEP21.

You can also report crime anonymously via Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

Where did the attacks take place?

The following attacks were reported to the Metropolitan Police.

30 August at approx. 11:05hrs – Upper North Street, j/w Bartlett Park, E3.
31 August at approx. 23:45hrs – St Stephen’s Road, E3.
31 August at approx. 22:25hrs – Burdett Road, E3.
31 August at approx. 22:20hrs – Watts Grove, E3.
2 September at approx. 18:45hrs – Navigation Road, E3.
12 September at approx. 01:30hrs – Commercial Road, near Albert Gardens, E1.
28 September at approx. 23:40hrs – Burdett Road, E3.

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