Police look for man in connection with NDSU assault case

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FARGO, N.D. (AP) — Police in Fargo are looking for man who has been deemed a person of interest in a sexual assault investigation involving three North Dakota State University students near campus.

Police said Saturday that the 39-year-old man was last seen Friday in rural Cass County. They said the man may have access to weapons and is a danger to himself.

Interim Police Chief David Todd says officers interviewed the man Friday, but authorities did not have enough evidence to detain him. Hours later, the man's family contacted police regarding statements he made in which he implied he may harm himself.

Todd says the man was last seen driving a maroon 1995 Pontiac Grand Prix with North Dakota license plates.

An arrest warrant hasn't been issued for the man.

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