Police are searching for two men suspected of sexually assaulting women.
At approximately 11 p.m. on April 15, UCSF police received a report that a woman was sexually assaulted near Lincoln Way and Third Avenue.
Police described the suspect as a white man with fair-skin, standing about 5 feet 7 inches tall. The man has a thin to medium build with short, brown or blonde curly hair, officers added.
The suspect is reported to have unusual piercings on and around his face, including a black piercing across the bridge of his nose, piercings on each nostril and one piercing centered directly beneath his lower lip, according to police.
Police said that the man had a slight speech impediment and was last seen wearing a salmon-colored hooded sweatshirt and blue jeans.
Officers received reports of two other assaults near the Parnassus campus that evening, as well as a report by another woman that she was followed by a man of a similar description.
Anyone with information about the assault is encouraged to contact UCSF police Detective Sgt. Eric Partika at (415) 476-5174 or (415) 476-1414.
In another assault, a woman was entering her apartment in the 300 block of Carl Street last Saturday when a man followed her inside the lobby, grabbed her from behind and began sexually assaulting her, police said.
The woman kicked the suspect numerous times, prompting the man to flee outside of the building and onto Carl Street, according to police.
Police arrived at the scene, but were unable to locate the man.
Officers described the suspect as a white man in his mid 20s who is about 5 feet 10 inches tall, weighs about 180 pounds with short, straight, light brown hair and light stubble or a goatee on his chin.
The man was last seen wearing a brown or dark green pullover sweatshirt, which the woman thought was made out of hemp, police said.
He was also wearing blue jeans and a tan-colored hemp necklace, police said.
Anyone with information about the incident is encouraged to call the San Francisco Police Department at (415) 553-0123.
Kristen Peters, Bay City News