(Hfjp SaiUj (Ear Hrcl RAPE FROM PAGE 1 Victims in both rape incidents described the suspect as a Hispanic male with dark hair, who was about 30 years old. Reports state that his height ranges from 5 feet 7 inches to 5 feet 9 inches. Both victims told police that the suspect had a slight accent, but spoke English well, and both described an odor of alcohol. The sexual assault victim was unable to provide a description of her attacker. “The department is keeping an open mind in the investigations and considering both rapes as separate occurrences,” said Lt. Jim Phillips, head of investigations for the Carrboro Police Department. On Feb. 9, a sexual assault and rape were reported within two hours of each other in different apartment complexes along N.C. 54. In the first incident, a suspect FLANAGAN FROM PAGE 1 quality person.” After she won her second NCAA title in December, the organization honored the top 25 finishers. 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An hour and a half later, another woman reported that a man entered her unlocked apartment and sexually assaulted her, though rape did not occur. Anyone with information or sightings of a person matching the composite sketch should contact the police department at 918-7397 or the Chapel Hill-Carrboro-UNC Crime Stoppers at 942-7515. Staff Writer Terrence Jordan contributed to this article. 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