Boston Police report they are looking for a man who attacked women in four separate incidents last night and this morning.
The attacks started around 10:13 p.m. yesterday, when a woman walking on Dartmouth Street was groped in the crosswalk at Beacon:
She stated as she was crossing the street the suspect stated "Do you know what time it is"? she replied, "It's ten o'clock". The victim further stated that the suspect then began walking closer to her, indecently assaulted her and fled.
About 10 minutes later, another woman walking on Dartmouth noticed a man following her:
She further stated she could hear the suspect saying things but she pretended not to listen. She stated the suspect came from behind indecently touched her and fled on foot.
Around 12:42 this morning, a woman walking near 159 Newbury St. said a man came up behind her, groped her, then fled on foot.
Around 6:55 a.m. today, a woman was walking her dog in the area of 294 Commonwealth Ave., when the guy started yelling "Hey, hey!" at her:
At which time the victim stated "I don't have any money". The suspect jumped up and indecently assaulted the victim. When the victim started to scream the suspect punched her in the head. The suspect then fled on foot towards Mass Avenue. Victim refused medical attention at that time.
The man was described as a scruffy white guy with blond/brown hair, between 20 and 40, and wearing a tan jacket.