POLICE hunts two creeps about separate sex attacks on buses – one against a teenage girl and the other against a woman in a suburb of Melbourne.
CCTV has been released from suspected offenders in both bus attacks, the first between Hallam and Narre Warren and the second between Moonee Ponds and Brunswick.
A girl (17) boarded a bus on Frawley Rd, Hallam, just after 13.50 on Monday 17 September.
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She put her bag on the chair next to her, which was later picked up and placed on her lap by an unknown man.
The man mistreated the teenager and made an inappropriate conversation, and then got off the bus at the Fountain Gate shopping mall in Narre Warren.
The man was 30 years old with a receding hairline and from the Middle East, spoke with a heavy accent and wore a black jacket and sunglasses.
In the second incident, a woman, 48, boarded a bus at Patterson St, Moonee Ponds, around 2.30pm on Friday, October 5th.
A man approached the woman who sat down on the bus and sexually abused her.
When she tried to drive away to the front of the bus, he followed.
Victoria Police has released a video of a man with whom they want to talk about the assault of a 48-year-old woman in a bus to Brunswick on October 5, 2018
Brunswick bus sex attack
He kept following and harassing her when she got off the bus at Sydney Rd and Brunswick Rd in Brunswick.
She sought help from a member of the public and the man fled north on Sydney Rd on foot.
The man was at his fortieth age with a scar on his left cheek, short dark hair, an olive skin and spoke with an accent.
He was wearing a time shirt and blue jeans.
First Constable Caitlyn Schulz said both cases were deeply concerned.
Const Schulz urged everyone to help contact the police.
"We urge you to come to Crime Stoppers, you never know, it can help," she said
The first Constable Schulz said the suspect Brunswick spoke with an accent, perhaps of South American origin.
Anyone with information about both incidents is requested to contact Crime Stoppers at 1800 333 000 or at www.crimestoppersvic.com.au.