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‘Mill Woods Rapist’ released, warn police

Police are warning the man dubbed the “Mill Woods Rapist” has been released from prison.

Police are warning the man dubbed the “Mill Woods Rapist” has been released from prison.

Dana Fash, 30, was released from a correctional facility Tuesday, and has made clear intentions to live in Edmonton.

Though he completed a number of programs while in custody, police still consider him a violent sexual offender who poses “significant harm to the community and, in particular, adult females.”

Fash made headlines in December when he escaped from a halfway house. He was serving out the last of a 12-year-sentence for two horrifying attacks.

In 1994, he raped a 65-year-old woman in the backyard of her southside home. One month later, he brandished a pair of scissors and raped a 44-year-old janitor in a school bathroom.

The warning, police stress, is in an effort to make the public aware of the threat posed by Fash, not to encourage vigilantism.

 
 
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