By Chelsea Phua
Campus police from California State University, Sacramento, are investigating a report of a sexual assault Monday evening.
Police said the alleged incident occurred on the top floor of the parking structure between the baseball and softball fields about 7 p.m. as the student was entering her vehicle.
The student did not see the suspect and was unable to provide a physical description to department investigators, according to a news release.
This is the fourth reported sexual assault attack on campus in recent months. Last month, a female student reported being pulled into a van and sexually assaulted in the Residence Hall parking lot.
During that same week, another student reported being raped by an acquaintance in the American River Courtyard residence hall. Prosecutors never filed charges in the case.
On Sept. 13, an assailant touched a female student "on an intimate part of her body" while she was studying near Capistrano Hall.
Anyone with information is asked to call the Sacramento State Police Department Dispatch Center at (916) 278-6851. Callers may remain anonymous.
Call The Bee's Chelsea Phua, (916) 321-1132.
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