UCPD released two sketchs of the man they suspect of sexually assaulting at least two UC Berkeley students on campus earlier this month. The first incident, according to campus police, occurred thusly:

On Thursday, April 7, 2011, at 11:20 p.m. a female UC Berkeley student reported to UCPD that she was a victim of a sexual battery (via inappropriate grabbing) that occurred earlier at approximately 10:50 p.m. on the east side of the Valley Life Sciences Building (VLSB). The victim stated that the suspect was last seen heading southbound toward Dwinelle Hall. The victim was not injured during the incident. UCPD responded to the scene and is actively investigating this case.

The victim described her assailant as a white man in his late 20s, blonde or light brown hair, unshaved and with what she described as "bad teeth." Around 5' 6", he was sporting a red/white stripe knitted wool jacket with a hood up covering his head.

The second, more violent attack happened one week later:

On Friday, April 8, 2011, at approximately 12:30 a.m. a female UC Berkeley student was the victim of robbery and sexual assault in area of Haviland Grove. The victim was walking northbound in the vicinity of the Haviland Grove when the suspect approached her from behind and robbed her. The suspect then forced the victim off the path and made her perform a sexual act on him. The suspect was last seen heading northbound from the scene. UCPD responded to the scene and searched for the suspect with negative results

The victim in the second attack described the suspect as a white male in his 20s with short brown hair, unshaven in appearance, around 5’7”, thin build, wearing a blue denim overalls, a green sweatshirt and a dark tight fitting cap with a small brim.

UCB police urge anyone who witnessed or have any information about the aforementioned incidents to call the Criminal Investigations Bureau at 510-642-0472.

Also, UCPS offers walking escorts 365 nights per year. "Uniformed UCPD student employees will meet you at your PICK-UP point to walk you to your destination within service boundaries. At the dispatcher's discretion, marked campus vehicle may be used by BearWALK to handle requests made in the early morning hours." For more details, visit the UCPD site.