New video released of man wanted for raping, robbing woman inside her Brooklyn home

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BUSHWICK, Brooklyn – The NYPD released additional video of the armed suspect who they believe raped and robbed a woman after he broke into her apartment early Monday.

New surveillance images captured the alleged home invasion suspect who raped and robbed a woman in her home, police say. (Photo: NYPD)

New surveillance images captured the alleged home invasion suspect who raped and robbed a woman in her home. (Photo: NYPD)

It happened around 1:30 a.m. inside a private residence in the vicinity of DeKalb and Wilson avenues, police said.

Police sources said the suspect apparently entered the 29-year-old victim's home after finding a hidden key and unlocking the apartment door. Awakened by the sounds of the door opening, the woman saw the unknown man with a silver firearm, police said.  He then gave his victim an ultimatum, "Do you want me to rape you or kill you?" before he tied her up, according to sources.

The armed assailant proceeded to rape her and steal some of her personal items before running away, police said. The victim was taken to Woodhull Hospital where she was treated and released.

A surveillance camera inside a nearby deli captured the alleged rapist accessing an ATM and covering his face after the attack around 5 a.m. Monday. Another portion of the video shows him walking away on a street at an unknown time.

Police released this sketch photo of the Bushwick rape suspect. (Photo: NYPD)

Police released this sketch photo of the Bushwick rape suspect. (Photo: NYPD)

Police said the suspect appears to be about 34 years old, approximately 6 feet tall, weighing around 195 pounds. They also released a sketch in hopes the public can identify him.

The 83rd Precinct, which covers the Bushwick section of Brooklyn, has seen a 27 percent spike in rapes compared to last year, according to the latest NYPD Compstat numbers.

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