Police arrested a man believed to have sexually assaulted two women in Brooklyn
The creep started his spree around 6:50 a.m. when he grabbed a 29-year-old woman walking down Fountain Ave. near Loring Ave. in Cypress Hills, cops said.
He took her behind a tire truck in a parking lot and raped her, according to police.
The victim reported the incident to police after the suspect ran off.
About 30 minutes later, at 7:19 a.m., the man surfaced less than a mile away from the first attack and threatened a 15-year-old girl with a gun on Sutter Ave. and Lincoln Ave., officials said. The girl ran off before the suspect could get close.
The 5-foot-4, 160-pound attacker surfaced again at 8:41 a.m. on Jerome St., roughly two miles from the first attack, pulling a gun on a 26-year-old woman as she was exiting her building.
The suspect pulled the gun on her and forced her back into the building, where he raped her.
The unhinged multi-victim rape suspect taken into police custody early Tuesday morning
The suspect was seen speeding away in a black Dodge Caravan with Florida plates, police sources said.
Police arrested the 26-year-old suspect near the Caravan, which they spotted parked near Kennedy Airport in Howard Beach.
He was taken to the Brooklyn Special Victims Unit for questioning and lineups. Charges against him were pending.
Police were awaiting a search warrant to get inside the vehicle, where they hope to find the gun, police sources said.