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UCLA Student Reportedly Raped By Man Who Walked Her Back To Her Dorm

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Police are looking for a man who allegedly assaulted a female UCLA student last week in her dorm room. The student told police on Saturday that she was assaulted last Thursday night, KTLA reports. She said she had gone to a home in the 10900 block of Strathmore Avenue for a party. At 11 p.m., she decided to leave and a man she didn't know walked her to her room, located on campus in the 200 block of De Neve Drive. There, she said he sexually assaulted her.

UCPD Sgt. Miguel Banuelos told NBC Los Angeles that investigators have some leads, and that nearby cameras should have pertinent footage.

The man has been described as a black male, between 20 to 25 years old, who is about 5'3".

Anyone with information can call UCPD detectives at 310-825-1491, using report number #16-0219. Anonymous tips can be reported by calling 310-794-5824, or via www.lacrimestoppers.com.

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This is the third sexual assault reported on or near UCLA's campus in 2016. A female UCLA student reported being sexually assaulted at a party in the 600 block of Gayley Avenue by a man she did not know on Friday, January 22 just after midnight, according to Canyon News.