Police are looking for a Bronx psychologist who allegedly performed a sex act on a 15-year-old runaway who was living with him. The state Office of Mental Health suspended Clifton Ables, 51, in March when police arrested him following a report that the boy was being held against his will in the Parkchester building where Ables has an office and apartment. The state was in the process of trying to fire Ables when he resigned four days later in March, according to a Mental Health Office spokesman.

Prosecutors held off on charges pending further investigation, according to the Daily News.

At the time of his initial arrest, Ables called his suspension without pay "an outrage," telling the tabloid that the boy's mother and foster mother approved of his new housing arrangement, and that he took him in only after their patient-psychologist relationship ended. "There's no stability in his history. It's always been chaos," he said. "I saw the permanent damage that it had caused him throughout his life."

"I don't have other responsibilities," Ables added. "I did have the ability to provide a home."

Cops now say they believe Ables committed the criminal sex act on November 1st, 2015, and are asking any other possible victims to come forward.

It is unclear where Ables is currently. He has ties to central Florida as well as the Bronx.

Ables worked for the New York City Children's Health Center for part of last year, making $42,000, according to state payroll records. He did not respond to a Facebook message seeking comment.

Police describe Ables as standing 6 feet tall and weighing 170 pounds.

The NYPD asks people with information about sexual crimes involving Ables to call the Bronx Special Victims Unit at (718) 378-8937.

People with information about Ables's whereabouts are encouraged to call Crime Stoppers at (800) 577-8477, or for Spanish, (888) 577-4782. People can also submit tips online here or text them to 274637 and enter "TIP57".