Man in Ski Mask Rapes Woman Inside Her NYC Apartment: Police - NBC New York

Man in Ski Mask Rapes Woman Inside Her NYC Apartment: Police

The attack happened inside the woman's Bronx apartment, police said

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    Man in Ski Mask Rapes Woman Inside Her NYC Apartment: Police

    A man in a ski mask allegedly raped a woman after making his way into her apartment through her unlocked door. Ray Villeda reports. (Published Thursday, Dec. 13, 2018)

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    • A man in a ski mask allegedly raped a woman after making his way into her apartment through her unlocked door, the NYPD said

    • The attack happened inside the woman's home in the Pelham Parkway section of the Bronx, police said

    • The woman was taken to Jacobi Hospital for treatment

    A man in a ski mask allegedly raped a woman after making his way into her apartment through her unlocked door, the NYPD said.

    Officers responded to the woman’s home on Cruger Avenue, near Maran Place, in Pelham Parkway, around 12:48 p.m. Wednesday after receiving a report of an assault, the NYPD said.

    When they arrived, the approximately 40-year-old woman told them a man in a black ski mask entered the apartment, forced her into a bedroom and raped her before fleeing the scene.

    The woman was taken to Jacobi Hospital for treatment, police said.

    Police Search for Masked Rapist in Bronx

    [NY] Police Search for Masked Rapist in Bronx

    Police in the Bronx are investigating after a woman reported a man in a ski mask broke into her apartment and raped her. Rana Novini reports.

    (Published Wednesday, Dec. 12, 2018)

    Longtime neighbor and friend of the victim Sue Ann Whalen said she arrived at the building to find the woman in the back of an ambulance, with police surrounding the building and inside the apartment. 

    "She's hysterical crying, I'm like, 'OK, I'll take the kids when they come home from school," said Whalen. 

    Police didn’t immediately release additional information about the suspect.

    "Your home is like your safe haven so it's a scary feeling, you can't even be safe in your own home," said Ione Gutierrez. 

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