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NYPD arrests creep accused of using dogs to lure young girls

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The NYPD has arrested the creep accused of using his dogs to lure young girls in Brooklyn.

Brandon Rodriguez, 25, was busted Tuesday in connection to his sick scheme, where in one instance he allegedly molested a 13-year-old girl, cops said.

Rodriguez is charged with two counts of acting in a manner injurious to a child and unlawful imprisonment.

The investigation is ongoing, police said, leaving open the possibility for upgraded charges.

Rodriguez was being sought in at least three incidents last week in Brownsville.

In the first instance, Rodriguez allegedly approached a 13-year-old girl at around 7:40 a.m. on May 24, near Osborn Street and Pitkin Avenue, and asked her to take a picture of him with his pooch, according to cops.

The suspect then led her inside of an apartment building, where he touched her inappropriately, police said.

Rodriguez allegedly stopped the girl from leaving by snatching her backpack and putting a dog by the doorway of the building.

The next day, Rodriguez is accused of trying to lure two more girls — ages 12 and 11 — using the same disturbing plan, according to cops.

Both victims ran off when Rodriguez tried to lead them into apartment buildings, police said.

Police believe he has a Husky and possibly a second, smaller dog of an unknown breed.

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