Police say an international finance worker is the well-dressed groper they've been looking for in connection with a series of attacks on women in Manhattan.
Karl Vanderwoude of Park Slope was arraigned Friday on two counts of sexual abuse and forcible touching, and one count of unlawful surveillance.
The 26-year-old was released on his own recognizance.
According to the criminal complaint, Vanderwoude grabbed a 19-year-old woman's buttocks on February 27 on Second Avenue and 67th Street.
Then on March 30 he allegedly groped a 22-year-old woman at Chambers and Centre Street, and tried to record video up her skirt using a cell phone.
Police had filed charges in a third attack, but prosecutors have not charged Vanderwoude in connection with that incident.
According to a Linked In profile which has since been taken down, Vanderwoude works as an operations coordinator for a financial advisory firm.