UPDATE, July 14: El Paso police announced Tuesday they had taken a Juarez man into custody who was suspected of assaulting women joggers.
But shortly after 18–year old Miguel Luna was arrested Tuesday, he was released after being cited for two counts of assault.
His arrest came after police put out a public call for help four days ago in identifying him from a photograph taken by one of his alleged victims on July 1.
According to a police incident report, "Luna approached a 26–year old female as she was jogging in the area of the 1300 block of Noble Street, grabbed her buttocks, and ran off. A little over an hour later, Luna did the same to a 64 –year old jogger at the 2900 block of Savannah Avenue."
ORIGINAL REPORT, July 10: EL PASO, Texas (KVIA) -- El Paso Police are asking for the public's help in identifying a man they said is suspected of assaulting two women who were jogging.
Police spokesman Sgt. Enrique Carrillo told ABC-7 the two incidents took place at separate locations with the different women.
One of the incidents happened along Noble Street, which is just north of downtown. The other incident happened along Savannah Ave. in central El Paso.
The department tweeted out this photo with a caption that read:
"Need to Id this person believed to frequent the areas of Noble and Savannah. Suspected of assaulting female joggers in the area. If you know the identity call Det. Martinez 212-4574 or Crime Stoppers of EP 566-TIPS."