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Police believe a boy - possibly as young as 12 - could be responsible for a series of sex attacks in Leeds.
Officers have stepped up patrols in Little London after the boy molested four women on St Mark's Road in the last three months.
Each time he grabbed his victim from behind then assaulted them. The women, who are all in their twenties, describe their attacker as very young looking.
Inspector Ian O'Brien is from West Yorkshire Police.
Police are warning women in the Little London area of Leeds to take extra care, especially after dark, after four sex assaults there in the last three months. Extra patrols have been put in place close to a set of steps near St Mark's Road.
Police investigating a series of sex attacks on women in Leeds say the victims have been through a horrific ordeal. Inspector Ian O'Brien believes the baby-faced attacker could be as young as 12 but says he is more likely to be 15 or 16 and now wants to hear from any other victims.
Police in Leeds are searching for a boy who could be as young as 12 after four young women were molested in the Little London area in the last three months. Some of the victims, who are all in the 20s, describe being attacked by a boy who is very young looking.
The attacks all took place close to a set of steps leading from St Mark's Road to North West Road close to Woodhouse. They happened late on Saturday afternoons on October 13, November 17 and December 8 when two women were targeted. Patrols in the area have now been increased.
Detectives investigating the attacks are now appealing for any other victims to contact them by telephoning 101.