Sunday, November 18

UCPD on lookout for two alleged sexual assaulters


University police are searching for two men who allegedly sexually assaulted a woman at a party Nov. 10.

The woman was at a party on the 600 block of Gayley Avenue when the two men allegedly sexually assaulted her, according to a UCPD alert. The woman, who is not affiliated with UCLA, then left the party and reported the incident to her local police department.

Although the sexual assault was reported Nov. 12, the UCPD alert was not posted publicly until Thursday.

One of the men was white, about 160 to 170 pounds and 5 feet 10 inches to 6 feet tall with brown hair and blue eyes, according to the alert. The alert also said the man was about 21 years old.

The other man was white, about 150 to 160 pounds and 5 feet 9 inches to 5 feet 11 inches tall with brown hair and brown eyes, according to the alert. The alert also said the man was about 19 years old.

UCPD advises students to report any suspicious activities to the police and have a friend accompany them at all times.

This case is still under investigation. Anyone with information about this case can call UCPD at 310-825-1491.

 

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Preal is the editor in chief of The Bruin. He was previously the assistant news editor for the city and crime beat and a news reporter for the city and crime beat.


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  • Publius

    You have literally repeated every piece of information from your source. These types of articles are basically a crime blotter/report. UCLA students know where to get these reports.

    What would be better is publishing more in-depth articles following up on crimes. In this case, that would include an elaboration of the sexual assault. Catcalling is sexual assault in California (making the woman a sexual assault survivor), so readers don’t really have any proper information to put this story in context.