HOBBS, N.M. (KRQE) - A Hobbs man is behind bars after he allegedly kidnapped and raped a woman before leaving her stranded on a dirt road.
Now police are wondering if she's the only victim.
The suspect is Fransisco Castor-Rosales, 44.
A Hobbs woman who was walking in town told police Rosales forced her into his truck in early August.
Police reports say Rosales took the woman to a dirt road behind Highland Middle School, dragged her out of the truck and then sexually assaulted her.
The alleged victim ultimately helped catch Rosales. Weeks after the attacks she started to see Rosales's truck at a local Allsup's store and called police.
Detectives brought Rosales in for questioning, and the woman identified him.
"Anytime an act like this happens in the city we are right on top of it to make sure we capture or at least interview the persons alleged to make sure this doesn't happen." said Hobbs Police Capt. Michael Walker.
Hobbs police say Rosales does not have a criminal history.
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