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Police bust serial molester who attacks middle-aged women as he rides his bicycle

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Police officers have arrested a 22-year-old who has been accused on molesting two middle-aged women in separate incidents this month. His victims are 55-years-old and 46-years-old.

The suspect first struck around 8am on 8 Nov, when he molested the first woman along. He struck again three days later, on 11 Nov, when he attacked a second woman along Toa Payoh Lorong 8.

The culprit was riding his bicycle during both attacks.

If found guilty, the 22-year-old could face a maximum 2-year jail sentence and/or be caned and/or fined.

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