The pee bandit who operates around the campus of the University of Florida in Gainesville has almost doubled the output that had been previously reported.
Police already knew that the University of Florida pee bandit struck on at least three occasions – Feb. 22, Feb. 26 and March 1 – at various campus locales. The total number of known victims was four.
Since then, three more victims – all women – have come forward to say they, too, believe they were sneakily urinated on, reports The Gainesville Sun.
The bandit’s victims all have the same basic story. They say they were innocently standing with their backs turned. Then, suddenly, they couldn’t help but notice a damp, constant spraying sensation. (RELATED: Pee bandits are now peeing on people and people’s stuff at schools across America)
When they turned around, the person responsible for the flow fled the scene.
The pee bandit remains on the loose. However, the Gainesville Police Department has released a sketch of what he looks like according to witnesses.
The suspect has been described as a 25- to 30-year-old, 6-foot-tall black man of medium to chunky build with short curly hair and a dark complexion. He was last seen wearing a gray or dark hoodie and baggy jeans.
Police continue to investigate.