This is the chilling video showing serial rapist Reynhard Sinaga on the hunt.
Predator Sinaga, 36, was convicted of a series of sexual offenses against 48 men following a two-year crisis in which he drugged his victims and filmed the attacks.
However, investigators believe that the true death toll is at least 195, based on a video evidence dossier found at Sinaga’s home.
Sinaga – whom detectives describe as a psychopath – still claims that his victims accept consensual sex.
He was imprisoned for life and ordered to serve at least 30 years.
During four trials at Manchester Crown Court he claimed that each of his victims pretended to sleep to satisfy his sexual fantasy.
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He actually kicked his victims out of his apartment in Montana House in central Manchester – which is close to some of the city’s most popular nightlife spots.
He then added their drink with GHB, a potentially lethal drug, rendering them incapacitated for coma before carrying out the attacks.
The Greater Manchester police footage shows Sinaga chasing one of his victims on Princess Street near his apartment.
The videos – which were shown to jurors during the third Sinaga trial – show the doctoral student leaving his apartment building in search of a victim to take home.
He can be seen running outside the main door and running down the stairs to the main door.
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Sinaga then runs along Princess Street, past the Factory nightclub and towards Charles Street.
He is seen crossing the street near the Joshua Brooks pub.
The cameras then capture him as he runs to Montana House before he slows down his pace and is captured strolling down the street at a gentle pace.
Police say CCTV footage shows the moments before Sinaga approached one of his numerous victims and persuaded him to return to his apartment before raping him.
Saga is believed to be the most prolific rapist in British judicial history.
During his unprecedented madness – between January 2015 and May 2017 – he made 128 rapes, 16 rape attempts, 13 sexual assaults and two assaults on penetration related to 48 men.
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