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Thursday, August 30, 2012

Bay Area Breast Fondler on the Loose

Posted By on Thu, Aug 30, 2012 at 1:20 PM

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Police are looking for a man who is wanted in connection with grabbing women's breasts and buttocks as they walked through Palo Alto in broad daylight.

According to press reports, the latest incident occurred on Wednesday when a man stepped out between two cars, walked toward a woman, and grabbed her breast as she walked from Neiman Marcus and Nordstrom at the Stanford Shopping Center.

The suspect ran off, and has not been located.

Police believe the breast groper is the same man who reached up a Palo Alto woman's dress last week.

In that incident, the man came up behind the woman, who was only described as being in her 20s, as she walked toward her car parked on Fulton Street near Hamilton Avenue. The man reached under her dress and grabbed her buttocks, police said.

In both incidents, police combed the areas looking for the suspect, whom they believe is the same man in both cases. Both victims described the suspect as an East Indian man in his 30s with dark hair. In the second incident he was wearing a yellow sweatshirt with the hood up.


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