Police link 3 assaults in Williamsburg to an at large suspect

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February 13, 2007

9:35 PM

Williamsburg Police Department and the York/Poquoson Sheriff’s Office are searching for an unidentified black male that they believe is responsible for the abduction of four females since 2001, WTKR News Channel 3 reported Feb. 13.

According to an e-mail from Vice President for Student Affairs Sam Salder, only one of the women involved was a student at the College. The incident involving that student occurred on Jamestown Road near Lake Matoaka in the Spring of 2002. Whereabouts of the suspects are unknown.

WTKR Channel 3 reported that the unidentified man was suspected of raping, beating and robbing a woman Sept. 12, 2001, attempting to assault a woman March 23, 2002, and abducting two women in his car who were walking on Bypass Road July 29, 2006. Channel 3 reported that both women escaped. One was treated at Norfolk Sentara Hospital.

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