A £5,000 reward is being offered to find a man linked to two sex attacks on young women in Edinburgh over five years ago.
A 21-year-old was grabbed from behind and sexually assaulted by a man in Craiglockhart Quadrant on Wednesday, August 5, 2015.
She got off a bus in Colinton Road just before the attack at around 10.30pm.
Around three weeks later a teenage girl was raped by a man on Thursday, August 27, 2015.
The 19-year-old got of a bus in Lanark Road West just after midnight.
The man approached the victim in the Newmills Road area, claiming he had a knife.
He led her to a nearby field where he raped her.
The man who assaulted these women had not been on either bus.
Advancements in DNA forensic science have established that both attacks were by the same person.
Police have a full DNA profile of the man responsible.
Crimestoppers are now offering a reward of up to £5,000 for information they exclusively receive that leads to the arrest and conviction of the attacker.
Angela Parker, Scotland National Manager, slammed the incidents as 'horrific ordeals'.
She said: "These victims have been through horrific ordeals which no one should ever have to endure.
"We should all be able to walk around in our community safely during the day or at night without fear, which is why our charity has put up this reward.
“We are appealing to anybody who may have information on this attacker to contact our charity, with the promise that you will remain completely and totally anonymous.
“We know the police are looking for somebody ‘you’d least expect’ to commit such awful offences.
"Please cast your mind back to August 2015.
"Was there somebody in your life, a colleague, a friend or a family member who was acting in an unusual way for them at the time?
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“Everyone who contacts our charity stays 100 per cent anonymous.
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