28 Mull raped a 24-year-old woman he had met on a dating website-and kept her locked up for more than a day and subjected her to humiliation and torture.
Police said the woman told them she met Mull on the "Plenty of Fish" dating app.
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The victim told Mull she no longer wanted to have sex with Mull and wanted to leave, police said.
Mull threatened to kill her, her family and her friends if she tried to leave the room, and "reminded her that he knows where she lives," court records say.
"It is the strong belief of the Bethlehem (PA) police department that there may be additional victims in our area, in New Jersey, western Pennsylvania and other locations across the United States," said district attorney John Morganelli who listed Chicago, California and Hawaii as locations where Mull may have held women captive and abused them after meeting them on dating websites.
Chicago police spokesman Anthony Guglielmi told the ABC7 I-Team Friday that "any potential victim who has not come forward should contact CPD as we are assisting Pennsylvania authorities in building the strongest prosecution possible.""He travels, and he leaves behind the carnage," said Bethlehem police Chief Mark Di Luzio.
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