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K-State Police advise Manhattan campus of suspect 

Sept. 6, 2018

3 p.m. 

The individual in connection to the Wednesday and Thursday reports has been found and contacted by law enforcement. This investigation is ongoing but there is no continuing threat at this time. K-State police thank the community for information that led to finding the suspect. Anyone with further information is asked to contact K-State Police. The K-State community is encouraged to continue to stay aware of their surroundings and use available resources such as Wildcat Walk, the LiveSafe app and the Silent Witness website.  

1:41 p.m. 

Riley County Police Department has received additional reports of the male matching the description of earlier incidents. The male is in his 20s and is grabbing victims in a sexual manner. The suspect may be associated with a white 2016 GMC Acadia with the license plate of AEC351. Please contact K-State Police or RCPD with any additional information. 

10 a.m.

Manhattan — The K-State Police Department received a report of lewd and lascivious conduct on Wednesday, Sept. 5, from the D-1 parking lot on the west side of the Manhattan campus. Riley County Police received two reports of sexual battery on Thursday, Sept. 6, near campus in the 1100 block of Vattier Street.

The suspect for all reports is a dark-skinned male in an older white GMC sports utility vehicle with a Mississippi license plate. 

The K-State Police Department asks that any witnesses to these crimes call the department at 785-532-6412. Tips may also be sent to the silent witness website or through the Live Safe app. The Riley County Police Department can be reached at 785-537-2112.

K-State Police encourage students, faculty and staff to be aware of surroundings and use available resources such as Wildcat Walk and the LiveSafe app. Please help keep our community safe by reporting any similar behavior immediately.

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