WASHINGTON, D.C. — Police have asked for help identifying two women accused of sexually abusing a man in a D.C. convenience store.
The incident occurred around 4 p.m. on Oct. 7, in the 1700 block of New York Avenue, NE, according to police.
The video posted by police captures an interaction on surveillance camera that shows the two women invading the space of a man. It appears the man didn’t know the women.
He can be seen on camera with money in his hand, talking on the phone.
The first woman back up on him and starts grinding and he quickly moves away from her, but another woman slides up and appears to touch him several times, moving towards his money and phone. He keeps moving away from both women. The woman in red also puts her arm around him and he steps forward to try and shake her off.
Both face third-degree sexual abuse charges, according to WUSA. The charge includes inappropriate touching and according to state code “involves actual force, threats putting the person in fear of death, bodily injury or kidnapping, or rendering the person.”
The penalty for someone convicted of third-degree sexual abuse is a maximum fine of $100,000 and up to 10 years imprisonment.
If you have information that can help police, call (202) 727-9099 or text 50411. Your tip could be eligible for an award.