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St. Louis County Police
7900 Forsyth - Saint Louis, MO 63105

Charlie A. Dooley
County Executive
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Colonel Jon M. Belmar
Chief of Police


St. Louis County Police Asks Citizens for Diligence

Posted 328 days ago ago by News Editor

For Immediate Release


A reminder to St. Louis County citizens that the St. Louis County Police Department’s Division of Criminal Investigation is still investigating what are known to be two related forcible rapes – one each the last two summer seasons. It is important that we remain safe by staying vigilant and remembering to take care of one another.

The two crimes involving victims of Asian descent occurred on April 4, 2011 (10300 block of Sannois Drive) and September 9, 2012 (12800 block of Fee Fee Road) in relatively close proximity of each other and with the utilization of similar patterns of criminal activity. Physical evidence has been collected to link the two crimes, but the subject is still at large. The St. Louis County Police Department held an informational town hall meeting in October 2012 at Parkway North High School relative to the incidents.

“We just wanted to remind our citizens that we remain diligent and haven’t stopped looking for this individual. Often times, the smallest piece of information from a citizen turns the tide during these investigations,” said Chief Tim Fitch.

A collective description of the suspect from the two incidents is a possible Hispanic male having short black hair, short facial hair, heavy build, 5’6” to 5’8” in height and approximately 40 years of age.

For additional information on any of these news releases, please contact the media relations staff:

Officer Brian Schellman
Sergeant Colby Dolly
Lieutenant John Blake

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