Man Assaults 2 Patients at Texas Hospital

FORT WORTH, Texas – Police are searching for a man who sexually assaulted two female patients at Baylor All Saints Medical Center on May 9. The suspect was dressed as a hospital employee when he committed the assault.

Police said the man, described as a 5-foot-10-inch African American male, around the ages of 19-25, was dressed in a navy blue polo shirt and khaki pants. The victims believed the man was a member of the hospital staff because he asked routine questions.

Authorities said the suspect entered one of the victims’ rooms around 7:15 p.m. After telling the woman he was going to examine her, he touched her genitals. He fled when the victim pressed a button to call a nurse.

The other victim told investigators that the man entered her room to “check her” and proceeded to lift up her gown and touch her chest.

The hospital is reviewing security procedures and is offering $5,000 for information on the suspect.

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