[Update Below]Police are questioning a man who they believe may be the "well-dressed groper" who has attacked at least four women in Manhattan this year. This comes a day after Councilwomen Margaret Chin and Jessica Lappin distributed flyers around Chinatown warning women about the groper: "We're trying to make sure people know what this man looks like, so they can help us catch him," Lappin said.

The suspect—whom police described as a "well-dressed" white male in his 30s, around 5'11" and 180 pounds—most recent attack occurred on March 30, when he approached a 22-year-old woman on Chambers Street around 7:20 p.m. and put his hand between her legs as she was exiting the subway station. His other attacks have occurred at East 62 Street and Park Avenue, Varick Street and King Street, and 2nd Avenue and East 67 Street. Police will do several line-ups today with the victims to see if they can positively identify the suspect.

Video of "well-dressed" Manhattan groper from Gothamist on Vimeo.

Update: NYPD has arrested 26-year-old Karl Vanderwoude of Brooklyn. He has been charged with Unlawful Surveillance and Forcible Touching for the incident that occurred on 03/30/12, as well as two additional counts of Forcible Touching for the incident on 04/13/12. Police are still investigating the other two groping incidents. According to the NYPD, he was caught via a Crime Stoppers tip.