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This would-be rapist — or rapists — have been busy

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Cops are looking for at least two sex fiends in this summer’s harrowing attacks on women.

• A sicko first attacked a 24-year-old woman on March 20 at 11:30 pm on 16th Street between Fourth and Fifth avenues.

• On May 3 at 11:20 pm, he wielded a knife and attacked a 32-year-old woman on 92nd Street near Third Avenue in Bay Ridge, but she managed to escape.

• On May 29, he attempted to rape a 20-year-old woman near 55th Street in Sunset Park.

• On June 4, he followed a woman from a Dunkin’ Donuts in Sunset Park to her home near 55th Street at 2:55 am and raped her.

• On June 25, he followed a 36-year-old Sunset Park woman to her lobby at 4 am, but she scared him off.

• On Aug. 26, he attacked a woman on Prospect and Sixth avenues in South Slope at 8:45 pm, but he fled when she screamed.

• On Sept. 3, he grabbed a woman from behind on Seventh Avenue near 17th Street at 12:15 am, but she chased him away.

• On Sept. 4, he attacked a woman near 49th Street in Sunset Park at 3:40 am, but she fought him off.

• On Sept. 8, he attacked a woman on 12th Street between Eighth Avenue and Prospect Park West at 11:30 pm, but neighbors scared him off.

• On Sept. 9, he attacked a woman in the vicinity of Seventh Avenue and Ninth Street at about 12:30 am.

• On Sept. 21, a creep fondled a woman from behind at 9:05 pm near Fourth and Prospect avenues.

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