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Police Are Looking For This Man Accused Of Pulling Women's Pants Down While They Walk Their Dogs

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Police are searching for a man who's been accused of sexually assaulting women in Sherman Oaks by pulling down their pants and underwear.The suspect has allegedly attacked at least five different times in June between the hours of 5:30 a.m. to 6:30 a.m. within two miles of Magnolia Boulevard and Kester Avenue, according to CBS Los Angeles. He has mostly been targeting women walking alone with their dogs. Before he attacked them, he would give them eye contact as he walked past them before he walked back and sexually assaulted them from behind, authorities said. He's also been accused of grabbing these women's butts in addition to pulling down their pants.

KTLA reported that the women said the man is someone who “blends into the neighborhood not causing any suspicion.” He is described as a white or Hispanic man with brown or black hair and brown eyes. He is 20 to 25 years old, and is between 5 feet 7 inches to 5 feet 9 inches tall, and weighs at about 145 to 160 pounds. He was last seen fleeing in a 1990s charcoal-gray Toyota Camry.

UPDATE July 10, 1:35 p.m.: The LAPD is still looking for the suspect and has released photos from a surveillance video of him, according to KTLA: