Two women were sexually battered in two separate incidents on Miramar College's campus, prompting local law enforcement officials to issue a safety warning.
The first incident happened on Thursday afternoon in broad daylight as a female student was walking between the L and H buildings around 2 p.m., San Diego Community College District Police Department officials confirmed.
The suspect rode by on his bike and slapped her on the buttocks, police said.
Police said the suspect also yelled out a sexual comment to the victim.
The suspect is described to be in his 20s, with short black hair and a medium build. He had been wearing a red shirt, gray shorts and white shoes. Police said he was carrying a gray helmet and had a black bandanna covering his face.
He had been riding a smaller, BMX bike.
Police said Thursday's incident matched an earlier reported sexual battery on Wednesday, around 7 p.m., police said.
Police said a suspect in that sexual battery slapped the female victim on the buttocks while passing on a bicycle on Miramar College's campus. He had a short build and was wearing a black hoodie, possibly with a marijuana symbol on the front.
Anyone with information is asked to report it to College Police at (619)388-6405. You can also call SDPD or Crime Stoppers.
No other information was available.