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Suspect Wanted For Assaults Near NOVA Campus, Sketch Released

Police have released this sketch of the suspect.
Loudoun County Sheriff's Office
Police have released this sketch of the suspect.
Police have released this sketch of the suspect.

Loudoun County and Northern Virginia Community College Police have released a sketch of a suspect in two sexual assaults on and near the college's Loudoun campus.

The suspect is described as a white, Hispanic or Middle Eastern male in his 20s who's approximately 5'6 or 5'7. Police say he has an athletic build, short black hair and speaks with a thick, unidentified accent. He was last seen wearing a dark colored shirt and striped pants.

The first incident occurred around 7 p.m. on a pedestrian walkway on the north lot of the campus on Monday night.

The second incident occurred the same night sometime between 7:20 and 8 p.m. The suspect started talking to a female student about the bus before trying to kiss her cheek. He then hugged and kissed her. The victim reported the assault after hearing about the first incident.

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