During the burglaries there have been four confirmed rapes and 26 indecent assaults. But Morgan believes there could be more. "There are at least two victims who have said that they were burgled but were not sexually assaulted and after they've died their daughters have come forward and said mum was raped," he said.
Criminal profilers working on the investigation have called the man a gerontophile, someone who seeks sexual gratification in the elderly. Morgan said profilers believe this could have stemmed from an experience he had when he was a young man. "He will have had a sexual encounter with an old person and this is either something that he enjoys or is revenge for that elderly attack."
This case has relied heavily on forensic testing, the expertise of criminal profilers and taken up hours of officers time. Detectives even flew to Trinidad in 2006 to make an appeal for information after forensic tests showed the suspect originally came from the Windward Islands.
But even with an $80,000 reward for leading to his identification, the man is still on the loose.