ANN ARBOR, Mich., (WXYZ) - The University of Michigan Police are alerting students after several reports of a suspicious male were reported.
Authorities say female students are being approached by a suspicious man in the north campus area. Reports say a man is approaching women, telling her she is pretty and asking for a date.
In some instances, the suspect also attempted to kiss the victims.
The suspect is said to have a dark complexion or olive skin; possibly middle-Eastern or Italian. He is said to have a heavy accent and is likely in his 30s. He has dark, should-length hair.
In one instance he was observed leaving on a bicycle.
The reported incidents happened around Bursley, Baits and the North Campus Recreation Building.
If you have additional information about theses incidents please contact UM Police at (734) 763-1131.
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