California police are investigating whether a Navy veteran charged with raping a woman he met on a Christian dating site may have used different aliases to arrange other meetings as he traveled across the country, ABC News reported Monday.
Sean Patrick Banks, 37, of Del Mar, near San Diego, has pleaded not guilty to two counts of rape and was released on $500,000 bond. He is accused of the November sexual assault of a La Mesa resident he met on ChristianMingle.com. He also pleaded not guilty to one count of burglary.
Police said Banks is known to have posed on the site as "Rylan Butterwood" and "Rylan Harbough," and are looking into whether he used other aliases as he "traveled frequently around various spots in the U.S." for work, said La Mesa Police spokesman Lt. Matt Nicholass.
"We're looking to see if there are any other victims ... who recognize him by his face, because they may not know his real name is Sean," he told ABC.
Neither Nicholass nor ABC identified the type of work Banks did or his former employers. Nicholass said Banks is currently unemployed.
In a statement, ChristianMingle said that it was cooperating in the investigation.
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SOURCE: USA Today