'Online Casanova' Scams Women Across America

Oregon police hunt for a man who allegedly seduces women to steal their money.
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He's young, good-looking and searching for more than just love. Police in oregon are on the hunt for a con artist, a man who meets women online, tricks them into falling in love with and then makes off with their money and much more. The women all across the country are stepping forward to share their stories. He's being called the internet casanova. An amorous con artists who stole not only their heart, but their money, as well. I think he relies on girls that he meets on the internet to give him what he needs to get through life. Reporter: Police in oregon are searching for this man, 29-year-old ray holycross. Police reports have been filed about him from florida to texas. Jennifer clark says she met holycross on the internet dating site plenty of fish. She was so smitten, the two lived together. We lived together in my house. Reporter: Clark says holycross convinced her to sell her home and her car. Promising to move to chicago with her. Instead, she says he took her laptop and iphone. And withdrew about $1,000 from her bank account. Then, she says, he vanished. He was going to take care of me. Instead, I was left with absolutely nothing. Reporter: Earlier this month, clark filed a domestic abuse report against holycross, telling police he got physical when she confronted him about his lies. I would be concerned for mothers because of his tendency to get violent when he is confronted. Reporter: Many of the women who met holycross online, tell the same story. That he is a charmer. But once they let him in their homes and lives, he took off with their cash. He made up stories to manipulate The minute he told me he needed a place to say, I had this instinct like -- like he was looking for me to say to him, oh, you can stay with me. Reporter: Abc news has also learned of allegations against holycross from male victims. Accusations he swindled them out of money and other possessions. This morning, as police continue searching for holycross, his family is even refusing to defend him. He digs holes, gets into lies. Just a nonstop thing. My heart goes out to all the victims. And if anyone has an opportunity to avoid my brother after seeing this, to do so. He was extremely charming and convincing. And looking back at myself, i feel foolish. Reporter: His victims all say he had stories for why he needed money or a place to stay. His trail leads throughout the entire country. Women from texas, florida, michigan and oregon. Even his own brother. Coming up here on the

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