This is the man who sexually assaulted women and schoolgirls as young as eight across south-east London.

Kevin Bond, of Ingleby Way in Chislehurst, pleaded guilty to 14 sex assaults earlier this month.

The search for the serial sex pest went into full drive in 2017 after a string of attacks happened between June and October.

The 51-year-old, who ran his own management consultancy, has been dubbed the Rush Hour Prowler due to his tendency to attack between 8am and 10am and in the hours shortly after 5pm.

Police believe the first attack took place on October 16, 2016 when a 13-year-old girl was sexually assaulted in Foxfield Road in Orpington at around 9.15am.

After that his attacks ranged across SE London, including Kidbrooke, Lewisham, Lee and Plumstead.

On one day he assaulted a 13 year old and two women in their 20s in just 35 minutes.

Bond was arrested in January. He tried to deny the attacks until detectives lined up his victims for an ID parade.

Lewisham police believe there may be even more victims of the sex attacker and have asked them to come forward.

Detective Superintendent Andrew Furphy, who led the investigation, said: "We are aware that there might be further victims who have not yet spoken to police.

“If you are a victim, or know someone who has been a victim of a sexual offence, I can assure you your information will be treated with strict confidence and sensitivity and we can also access specialist support where needed.”

Former nightclub manager Bond, pleaded guilty at Woolwich Crown Court and will be sentenced on July 9 at the same court.