Police announced on Wednesday, October 7, that three separate sexual assaults took place in broad daylight in Calgary this week. 

These sexual assaults all happened in public on Tuesday, October 6. 

Police said in a Facebook post that it's unclear at the moment whether they were committed by the same offender. 

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However, there are similarities.

Calgary Police Service

The first occurred at 5 a.m. on Tuesday morning, while a woman was out jogging near Coach Hill Road Southwest.

"The man yelled at the woman, and allegedly charged at her and sexually touched her without consent. The woman screamed and was able to run away and call police," the post reads.

The perpetrator was reported to be a Caucasian man, around five-foot-five, between 20 to 30 years old with a medium build. 

At around 3 p.m., a woman was walking on Northmount Drive Northwest when an "unknown man allegedly approached her from behind and sexually touched her." He fled from the scene in an SUV. 

The third sexual assault occurred when a man allegedly grabbed a woman from behind as she was walking on 14 Avenue Southwest and "touched her in a sexual manner."

The woman attempted to chase after the suspect, but he fled on foot.

Police want to speak to witnesses or those who have information about the suspects involved. 

*This article's cover photo was used for illustrative purposes only. 

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