Courtesy of SFPDPolice are seeking the public's help identifying a man that looks like this for reportedly groping women in the Nob Hill area.

Police seeking public’s help identifying Nob Hill groper

San Francisco police are seeking the public’s help in catching a creepy perv who has been harassing women in the Nob Hill area.

The suspect is wanted in connection with a series of incidents that began in August, Sgt. Monica Macdonald said in a statement. The suspect is said to have walked up behind several women in the Nob Hill area and groped them from behind.

Police believe the suspect is either a dark-skinned white man or a light-skinned Middle Eastern man, Macdonald said.

He is described as being about 6 feet tall, between the ages of 25 and 32, with brown wavy hair with loose curls and a dark brown beard, Macdonald said. He was last seen wearing a green plaid button-up shirt, dark puffy Northface-style vest and dark-blue jeans.

Anyone with information about the suspect is encouraged to call the department’s special victims unit at (415) 553-9225 or the anonymous tip line at (415) 575-444, or send a text to TIP411 with “SFPD” at the start of the message.Bay Area NewsCrimeCrime & CourtsNob HillSan Francisco Police Departmentsexual battery

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