SAN DIEGO — Authorities Tuesday released computer-generated renderings of two men who grabbed two 20-year-old women in separate abduction attempts near San Diego State University over the course of a week.
The assailant in the first crime, which took place on Campanile Drive, near Baja Drive, was described as an unshaven 6-foot-tall white man who appeared to be in his mid-30s, wearing square-rimmed glasses and a black-and- red hooded windbreaker. He was driving a gray truck, possibly a four-door Toyota Tacoma.
The second kidnapping attempt occurred in an alley off the 5600 block of Montezuma Road. The victim described the perpetrator as a tall Asian man in his mid-20s, with spiked hair. He was wearing light-colored jeans, a white shirt and black-framed glasses, and fled the scene of the crime in a black four- door BMW or Volkswagen sedan.
Anyone with information about the kidnapping attempts was asked to call San Diego County Crime Stoppers at 888-580-8477. Tipsters may remain anonymous and could be eligible for a reward of up to $1,000.