Suspect sought in Libary sex assault
September 18, 2007 8:13 PM
Campus police are on the lookout for a man who sexually assaulted a female student inside the J. Paul Leonard Library last Tuesday.
According to an information bulletin released by Kirk Gaston, SF State Chief of Police, the suspect started a conversation with the female, then followed her to the first floor study room.
The suspect then proceeded to ask sexually explicit questions, and began to fondle her. The female student quickly exited the room and called campus police.
The suspect has been described as a Hispanic male approximately 25-years-old, around six feet tall, with black, wavy shoulder length hair and brown eyes.
He was last seen wearing a blue nylon jacket with two white stripes down the sleeves, black jeans, white tennis shoes and was said to be carrying a satchel pack.
Campus police would not comment on the case beyond what was stated in the bulletin.
"I feel safe on this campus, but wow, I can't believe that happened," said Jordan Kurland, 21-year-old International Business major. "But I feel like some women won't (feel safe) once they hear that, since it happened so blatantly in the middle of the day."
Kurland doesn't know what people could really do on campus besides being aware of their surroundings and of suspicious people.
The campus police have requested that if anyone knows any information on this case to call the San Francisco State University Police Department (415) 338-3069, or the anonymous tip line at (415) 338-3030.
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