Last night, police officers met with Brooklyn residents at a local community safety meeting to update them about series of sexual assaults, including one rape, that have occurred in Park Slope, Sunset Park, and Bay Ridge. The fears have prompted a rally, a volunteer effort to escort women to their homes (cyclists have also offered to escort women) and concerns that the police ignored a 911 call about the rapist. The NYPD, which believes there are at least two suspects, released a new surveillance video and also refuted claims they aren't being responsive.

According to WCBS 2, "Police said they have upped the numbers of uniformed and plain-clothed officers on patrol, continue to hand out flyers and sketches and follow up on the many leads they’ve received."

This suspect is described as a white or Hispanic man, around 28 years old. Contact NYPD Crimestoppers with information.