The hunt is on for a man linked to raping a Glenpool girl and attempting to kidnap two Tulsa girls selling lemonade.
The attempted abduction of the Tulsa girls happened in March .
The Glenpool rape case dates back to January 2013.
Tulsa Police Department,Tulsa Sex Crimes and Glenpool Police Department matched up the DNA in both cases.
A task force was created and members located a person of interest Friday. When they went to question him, police say he disappeared and is no where to be found.
Major Jonathan Brooks with Tulsa police said officers are really frustrated.
During Spring Break, two girls set up their lemonade stand near 36th and Louisville in midtown Tulsa.
Police say a man drove up in a gold Nissan Maxima, bought a cup of lemonade, and told them they could make more money at his studio.
He threw that cup out as he drove away.
Police matched up that DNA to a 2013 Glenpool rape case.
Detectives say a man kidnapped a 12-year-old girl walking home from school, raped her, then dropped her off at home after.
In each case, this suspect does his homework, studying the girls and their neighborhood.
Police describe the suspect as a Native American or Hispanic man in his late 30s to early 40s.
Brooks said he could be linked to more rapes, and police plan to search a national database on him.