Police on Thursday night were looking for two men who are responsible for three separate sexual assaults in Queens, New York over the last few days.
Police also on Thursday released a sketch of a man, who they say was responsible for two of the sexual assaults in Queens, New York over in the last few days and they have also offered a reward of $12,000 dollars for his conviction.
According to Police in both cases the victims at bus stops were approached by this man.
The first incident occurred at about 2 a.m. when officers that say a 23-year-old woman was waiting at a bus stop in Laurelton when she was forced to a nearby building and sexually assaulted.
Another incident took place on Thursday at 2 a.m., when an 18-year-old woman was approached in Springfield Gardens.
The man suspected threatened the teen with a knife and took her behind a building on 137th Avenue and Belknap Street where she was raped by him.
This man according to the victims wore a T-shirt that had a tribal pattern with skulls and a rose on it.
Another reward of $12,000 is now offered for any kind of information leading to the conviction of the second suspect.
Police are still investigating two other sexual assaults in the area.