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Seeking Potomac River Rapist

FBI and law enforcement partners hope to ID offender known as the Potomac River Rapist.

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The FBI and its law enforcement partners are reaching out to the public—and a reward of up to $25,000 is being offered by Washington’s Metropolitan Police Department (MPD)—for assistance in apprehending the offender known as the Potomac River Rapist. Story | Press release

 


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Montgomery County Police Department,
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Metropolitan Police Department
District of Columbia
Federal Bureau of Investigation
Washington Field Office
United States
Attorney’s Office

District of Columbia

 

12.13.11

Potomac River Rapist Billboard
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A reward of up to $25,000 is being offered for information leading to an arrest and conviction in the Potomac River Rapist case. Law enforcement agencies are asking anyone with information to contact the following authorities. All tips may remain anonymous:   
Metropolitan Police Department
- Call (202) 727-9099
- Text message the Text Tip Line at 50411 
FBI
- Call (202) 278-2000
- Submit a tip at  tips.fbi.gov.
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Investigators encourage the public to come forward with information about the murderer and serial rapist. Watch Video
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The Potomac River Rapist attacked 10 women from 1991 to 1998 in the greater Washington area. Details
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View composite sketches and read a description of the unidentified man sought for questioning in the case. Details
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A new electronic media campaign enlists the public’s help to catch the Potomac River Rapist. Details
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