PITTSBURGH (AP) – Two women have reported being fondled by strange men on the University of Pittsburgh campus over the weekend.
The first woman reported three men touched her inappropriately shortly before 2:30 a.m. Sunday. That incident happened near the intersection of Oakland Avenue and Sennott Street.
The second incident involved a woman who says she was grabbed from behind and fondled about 7 p.m. Sunday by one man.
The second woman couldn’t describe her attacker, who ran away. The first woman says the three men who attacked her were black, one about 6 feet tall, the other two about 5-foot-9.
Campus police haven’t released additional information about the suspects. They’re asking anyone who might have witnessed either incident to report it, and are warning students to walk together in groups at night.
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