The Boston College Police Division arrested a person allegedly concerned in back-to-back reviews of sexual assault on Tuesday.
In response to a criminal offense alert posted by BU police, two college students had been inappropriately touched by an individual whose identification was not launched Wednesday. BU police imagine it was the identical individual suspected in each instances of sexual assault.
Authorities first obtained a report from a scholar who was strolling down the sidewalk close to 617 Commonwealth Ave. at about 10:45 a.m. An “unknown individual” inappropriately touched a scholar, however the scholar was unable to explain the suspect to police as a result of it was too crowded within the space on the time.
Then at about 7 p.m. the identical day, police obtained one other comparable report from a scholar who was a passenger on a BU bus close to 595 Commonwealth Ave.
They stated an individual touched them inappropriately, and described the suspect to police as a person who stood at about 5-foot-5, round 30 years outdated, with a goatee beard. He carried an Beneath Armour backpack, wore dishevelled pants, black footwear, and gave the impression to be “below the affect of an unknown substance,” in keeping with the scholar.
As of Wednesday morning, BU police had not up to date their crime alert from Tuesday noting the arrest, nevertheless NBC10 reviews that an arrest was made.
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