Two Women Assaulted by Taxi Driver: D.C. Police

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    NEWSLETTERS

    Two women have been sexually assaulted by taxi drivers in D.C. this month, according to the Metropolitan Police Department.

    On May 11, a woman was picked up in the Dupont Circle area by a man working as a taxi driver and then sexually assaulted in the 300 block of 18th Street NE en route to her destination, police said.

    Taxi Attack in D.C.

    [DC] Taxi Attack in D.C.
    Police are on the search for a taxi driver who assaults women on their way home. (Published Saturday, May 28, 2011)

    On May 22, a woman was picked up in the Georgetown area and assaulted in the 3700 block of Quebec Street NW en route to her destination, police said.

    Each assault occurred in the early morning hours, and each victim described their attacker as a Middle Eastern man in his 30s with olive or light brown skin, thin build, and thick or curly hair. In each case the attacker wore dark clothing and drove a dark-colored taxi with dark-colored interior.

    Anyone with information about the case or who can help identify a suspect should call police at 202-727-9099 or 888-919-2746. Anonymous tips can be submitted to Crime Solvers at 866-411-TIPS or to the department’s text tip line at 50411.