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Three More Victims Come Forward In Serial Butt Slasher Case

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A screen shot from surveillance video at the Greenbriar Shopping Center Marshall's, which shows the suspected serial butt slasher entering the store June 20.
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A screen shot from surveillance video at the Greenbriar Shopping Center Marshall's, which shows the suspected serial butt slasher entering the store June 20.

Police have identified three more potential victims of a serial slasher that has been frequenting malls and other retail locations in Northern Virginia.

Several more victims have come forward during the past two weeks with reports similar to the incident that first made headlines in late July. That makes nine incidents so far.

Fairfax County police have determined that "there may be one individual responsible for all (or most) of the assaults," according to a FCPD statement.

These incidents happened earlier this year, and Fairfax County Police are still seeking any leads to the identify the suspect.

Several of the women have reported feeling a pain in their bottom while shopping or walking through a mall, only to then notice that their pants have been cut and they are bleeding.

The full list of locations for the incidents:

  • July 25, Fair Oaks Mall, Forever XXI
  • June 20, Greenbriar Shopping Center, Marshalls
  • June 18, Tysons Corner Mall, H & M
  • June 8, Fairfax Towne Center, T.J. Maxx
  • May 16, Fair Oaks Mall, Ann Taylor
  • March 11, Tysons Corner Center, H & M
  • February 14, Fair Oaks Mall, near Champps
  • February, Fair Oaks Mall (no other info available)
  • February, Fair Oaks Mall, Forever XXI (no other info available)

Police released surveillance video of the alleged suspect obtained from one of the stores last week, and are asking that any information related to the crimes be submitted to Fairfax County PD.

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