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Suspect Wanted For Assaults Near NOVA Campus, Sketch Released

Police have released this sketch of the suspect.
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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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