Always on the train: women in the Rhineland sexually harassed - police are looking for photos

With this photo, the police are looking for the man who is said to have sexually molested women in railways in the Rhineland in more than ten cases.


District police authority Rhein-Sieg-Kreis

Bonn / Siegburg / Cologne –

The police in the Rhein-Sieg district are currently looking for photos of a man who is said to have sexually molested women in trams or suburban trains in more than ten known cases.

  • Photo manhunt in NRW
  • Wanted is said to have sexually harassed women in railways in the Rhineland
  • The wanted struck in Bonn and Cologne

Between November 22, 2020 and May 5, 2021, a previously unknown suspect traveled more frequently on tram line 66 between Siegburg and Bonn or on the S-Bahn line between Cologne and Au.

NRW: Sexual harassment on the train – wanted

According to the police, he sat down opposite women traveling alone, then demonstratively reached into the crotch area and got excited by rubbing hard.


The police published another picture of the suspect as part of the search.


District police authority Rhein-Sieg-K

In some cases, he also bared his genitals in front of the female passengers. The women who were molested in this way filed charges.

Suspects and acts of crime could in part be recorded by video surveillance. Photos from the surveillance are now published by order of the judge.

This is how the one sought in NRW is described

The man who was wanted by the police for a photo search is described as follows:

  • about 1.75 meters tall
  • slim
  • dark haired
  • Brown eyes
  • Late 20s to early 30s
  • wore beige-green trousers with pocket attachments, beige shoes, parka with fur trim, baseball cap, camouflage shirt
  • wore silver bracelets
  • had a black backpack with red applications

Who can provide information about the suspect? Notes to the criminal police at 02241 / 541-3121. (smo)

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