Police urge additional victims to come forward

Three cases have been filed in Skyway and Auburn of sexual assaults.

Information from King County Sheriff’s Office:

The King County Sheriff’s Office is looking for additional victims of sexual assaults by 25-year-old Tedgy Wright who is currently in custody at King County Jail.

Wright had been meeting women using social media and various dating websites.

Three cases have been filed against Wright, two from Skyway occurred near the 5700 block of South 129th Street, and one in Auburn near the 1800 block of M Street Northeast.

The Sheriff’s Office said Wright has been armed with a weapon in all incidents.

He has been charged with first and second-degree rape, first-degree robbery, two counts of second-degree assault, second-degree theft and three counts of unlawful possession of a firearm.

The Sheriff’s Office is urging additional victims to come forward to report any type of similar incidents.

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