Detectives are looking for this man in connection with four sexual assaults.
Four women have been attacked this month in Newham and Waltham Forest.
Investigators believe the assaults are linked.
CCTV cameras have captured one suspect walking down a street prior to one of the reported incidents. He was seen at around 3.10am on Saturday, 6 July in Leyton.
“This moving footage is a great opportunity to have a detailed look at this suspect. Do you think you recognise him? If so it is imperative that you contact us,” said Detective Superintendent, Andrew Packer
“I am convinced that there will be a member of the public who takes a good close look at this footage and thinks ‘wait a minute, that looks a lot like…’. All I need is a name. If you think you know who this man is, please don’t delay – contact my team right away on 07881 330951.”
During the first incident, a man approached a woman from behind, raped her and stole her property, in a residential street in Plaistow South, at around 2.40am on Monday, 1 July.
The following Saturday, a male made sexual advances and robbed a woman near Leyton Underground Station at around 3.25am.
An hour later, a 31-year-old woman was raped and robbed in Amethyst Road, Waltham Forest.
A suspect threatened a woman and attempted to rape her in a fourth incident which occurred in Central Park Road, East Ham, at around 3.30am on Thursday, 11 July. Her property was also stolen.
All four victims are being supported by specially trained officers and extra patrols are taking place in the areas of the attacks.
Women walking alone at night are reminded to remain vigilant and inform family and friends of where they are going.
If you see anything you think is suspicious, do not hesitate – call 999 immediately.
Anyone who can identify the man is asked to call the investigation team on 07881 330951.
Alternatively, call 101 or tweet @MetCC quoting CAD 777/1July. You can call anonymously on Crimestoppers 0800 555 111.
Tags: Newham, Plaistow, East Ham, Waltham Forest, Leyton
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