Police are looking for the teenagers behind two attacks on Baylor University students in which the victims' eyes were doused with pepper spray.
Baylor Department of Public Safety Chief Jim Doak says the attacks occurred within a couple of hours Saturday night on the school's campus.
The first victim says he was sprayed when he stopped his car to let the teens cross the street.
Later that night, two teens fitting the same description attacked a student leaving the library. Doak says the student was pepper-sprayed and punched. He required stitches.
Doak says police will pursue aggravated assault charges if they figure out who's responsible.
Doak sent an e-mail to Baylor students warning them about the attacks. He has also increased patrols on campus.
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