After three women reported they were sexually assaulted after leaving subway stations in Queens, the police have released a sketch of the man suspected of the two attacks. In both instances, the man allegedly tried to start a conversation first and then grabbed them from behind in the early morning hours. One frightened St. John's student heard one of the attacks outside her boyfriend's window, "I was so scared. I am never going to hang out late at night."

According to WABC 7, the first incident occurred last Wednesday, October 13 at 4:20 a.m.: "A 25-year-old Asian woman was walking from the train station at Parsons Boulevard and Hillside Avenue, when she was approached from behind [and the suspect tried talking to her]... When the victim approached 160th Street and Normal Road, he grabbed her from behind, began choking her and forced her to the ground where he reached under her dress and removed her underwear." The victim managed to fight off the suspect, injuring her knees, hands and chin and bruising her chest and arms, and the suspect fled on 160th Street.

Then, this past Sunday, at 5:10 a.m., "Police say the suspect approached a 28-year-old Asian woman and a 25-year-old Asian woman from behind who were walking together from the train station at Van Wyck and Queens Boulevard.... He grabbed both of them near Pershing Crescent and Manton Street and forced them into a rear yard where he began to fondle them. He tried to remove one of the women's underwear." The victims were able to fight him off, sustaining minor injuries. The suspect fled.

The suspect is described as a male in his 20s with dreadlocks, about 6' tall with a thin build. Contact CrimeStoppers with information.