Kyle Dennison arrested: Suspect in at least 2 Kensington-area sex assaults arrested, Philadelphia police say

PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) — A man believed to be responsible for two sexual assaults in the Kensington neighborhood of Philadelphia has been arrested, police say.

Kyle Dennison, 27, was arrested Sunday at his home on the 2900 block of 25th Street on a warrant, police said.

Police say Dennison was chasing vulnerable women in the early hours of the morning, and they believe there are more victims.

In the April 5 incident, a 28-year-old woman was exiting a Kensington Avenue grocery store at 5:56 a.m. when she was approached by a man. Police said she was forced into the suspect’s car, sexually assaulted and later released.

The suspect in this case also had a gun, police said.

Then, on April 21, a 29-year-old woman was in the area of ​​Kensington Avenue and Huntingdon Street when she was approached by a motorist.

She was offered and accepted a ride, but the man pulled out a pistol and the victim was forced into the back seat and sexually assaulted.

Video was previously released by police showing the suspect’s charcoal gray four-door sedan, which was also found.

Though Dennison is still in custody, police are still trying to track down other possible victims.

“We believe there may have been other assaults on the survivors, and for one reason or another these women are not coming to speak to us,” said Capt. James Kearney of the Philadelphia Police Department’s SVU Division.

Anyone with information about the crimes or victims is asked to call 911 or the police department’s SVU office at 215-685-325.

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