ATLANTA, Ga. -- Two incidents in the metro area, just days apart, have put women on alert all over the city.
Kennesaw State University sent students an alert on Friday morning, saying that a female student was attacked and sexually assaulted near a residence hall.
Campus officials later changed the original alert, saying that the attack was non-sexual.
Meanwhile, Atlanta police are still looking for a suspect who attempted to kidnap two women in East Atlanta.
He forced one woman into his trunk; and although she escaped the same man tried to abduct another woman ten minutes later.
In the community and online many of you have been asking whether there is a connection between the two cases, however, the answer is no.
Atlanta Police tell 11Alive they compared notes with Kennesaw State University Police, and it appears the attacks, as well as the suspects are different.
There hasn't been much released on the KSU suspect, but police say he is a black male with dread locks wearing a ski mask.
The attacker in Kennesaw was driving a silver car-possibly an older model Honda Civic and he is being described as over 6' tall. And the Atlanta attacker is described as about 5'6 and 130 pounds.
It is important to note that neither of the cases were sexual assaults, and neither suspects have been caught as of yet.
Anyone with information on either of these attacks is being asked to call 911.