Police are investigating after three women were sexually assaulted in an area of Cardiff in five days.
The most recent attack saw South Wales Police called to a park in the centre of the city at 4.30am on Thursday.
A cordon is in place in Gorsedd Gardens & one man is assisting police with their enquiries.
The crime scene is just a few yards from where a similar attack took place on Sunday – & little over half a mile from another that took place on Tuesday morning.
Detectives said it was too early to link the attacks, which have all happened near Cardiff University's main campus & the Millennium Stadium, which is hosting Rugby World Cup matches.Â
A 20-year-old woman was sexually assaulted near Cardiff University's main building at 3am on Sunday & another was attacked in Cathays Terrace early on Tuesday.
Superintendent Andy Valentine said: "While there are similarities in terms of the locations, times & nature of the offence, it is too early to say whether the same man is responsible.
"We are working extremely complex to identify who is responsible & the victims are being supported by specially trained officers."
Additional high-visibility patrols are continuing in the area to offer reassurance as visitors travel to the city for the rugby & freshers start university.
Police advised people walking around late at night to do so in pairs or groups, & in well-lit areas.
Anyone with information is asked to call police on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
Source: “Sky News”