SF cops on the hunt for rapist johns

SF cops on the hunt for rapist johns

San Francisco police are hunting rapist johns who beat and robbed a prostitute in a Lombard Street motel room late last month.

Sketches of the suspects were released Monday. The johns arranged to meet the victim on myredbook.com on Oct. 28, police said. They had sex with her at the unnamed motel.

Click the picture for the second suspect's sketch.

Several hours after the encounter, one of the johns returned to the motel and robbed and raped the victim at gunpoint, police said.

Anyone with information on this case is asked to contact Inspector Vince Repetto in the SFPD Special Victim’s Unit at (415) 553-9117.

maldax@sfexaminer.com

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