Sketch Released of Possible Mission Rapist - NBC Bay Area

Sketch Released of Possible Mission Rapist

Community meeting last night discusses sexual predator in the Mission District.



    During a community meeting last night, SF Police Commander Michael Biel announced that the City is offering a $25,000 for information leading to the arrest of a dangerous Mission District sexual predator.

    A "brutal" sexual assault happened on 24th Street between 3 a.m. and 6 a.m. , on Nov. 18, and again on December 8.

    “The attacks keep getting worse,” Biel told reporters. “We have someone who is very dangerous to the community.” The police department is working with the FBI on the investigation, he said.

    Mission Local blog reports supervisor David Campos, Scott Wiener, and District Attorney George Gascon were all present at the meeting.

    “We need to be there for these victims and to make sure that this monster is brought to justice,” Wiener said.

    Biel said they believe both incidents involved the same suspect.

    The department has dispatched more officers, (including plainclothes cops) to patrol the area especially between the hours of 3 a.m. and 6 a.m.

    Officials released a sketch and security video of the suspect.

    If you have any information about the crimes, contact Inspector Joseph Nannery of the Special Victims Unit at 415-553-1361.