Two Assaults Precede Student’s Disappearance at California University
A student is still missing after disappearing last Monday near California State San Bernardino. There have been multiple violent attacks on the campus in recent weeks.
A student has been missing for a week after she disappeared following a recent string of violent attacks at California State San Bernardino.
Investigators are searching for clues after Sahray Asitna Barber, 22, disappeared March 9 following four recent violent attacks on campus, including one the day before Barber went missing where the attacker allegedly tried to force a student to go to his car, according to the Los Angeles Times. Barber was last seen leaving her apartment across from the Cal State University campus at 6 a.m., and police say her belongings were later found in bushes in front of her home.
The four violent attacks have taken place in the last two weeks, and the university has more than doubled its police force, with officers patrolling 24 hours a day. Two of the attacks came inside Cal State’s John M. Pfau Library. The school released a sketch of the suspect Wednesday and addressed the recent crimes in a video, ensuring students safety was their top priority.
Police have identified two people of interest in the case, but are still asking for the public’s help to locate Barber.
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