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Cincinnati police looking for two separate incidents of sexual and felonious assault suspects

The Cincinnati Police Department is investigation two separate crimes of sexual assault and felonious assault.

The Cincinnati Police Department Personal Crimes Squad is investigating a series of incidents that occurred last Thursday between 5:00 p.m. and 10:30 p.m. in the vicinity of 1581 Summit Road in Bond Hill.

The Cincinnati Police Emergency Communication Section received multiple calls regarding a subject described as a male, black, 18 to 23 years old, 5 feet 9, 160 pounds, and wearing red sweatpants and a green shirt.

The suspect was reported to be exposing himself, forcing women inside their vehicles at gunpoint, and performing sexual acts.

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The Cincinnati Police Department Central Business Section is also investigating a felonious assault that occurred Saturday around 1:50 p.m. in the intersection of 5th and Central. 

A victim reports that a suspect pointed a handgun at him and fired two shots, missing the victim. The suspects then fled and were last seen entering FWW eastbound from 2nd Street.

The suspects are described as two white males of college age driving a dark blue GMC crew cab pick-up with a full-sized bed. The vehicle had either Kentucky or Michigan temporary plates with a partial number of 7815.

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Anyone with information regarding the incidents above or the suspects, contact the Criminal Investigation Section at 513-352-3542 or Crime Stoppers at 513-352-3040. 
You can also submit a tip at P3tips.com.

Callers may remain anonymous and may receive compensation for their information.

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