NORTHRIDGE (CNS) – One week after Cal State Northridge officials said they were searching for a man who invaded the “personal space” of a student by pointing a cell phone camera at her, authorities said a second suspect committed the same offense on campus a few days later.

According to CSUN police, a suspect pointed a cellphone camera at two students Thursday at the Arbor Grill. When one of the students moved to a different bench, the suspect repositioned himself and kept pointing the camera at the students, police said.

At about 1 p.m. June 22, a female student was sitting at a desk in Oviatt Library when she felt something push on her ankle, according to police.

She looked under the desk and saw a man kneeling with a cell phone in his hand extended toward her. The same thing occurred a short time later, and she saw the same suspect, police said.

Campus police say the descriptions of the suspects in both incidents are similar, but in the second case, the suspect had a curving scar on the right side of his face.

Anyone with information was asked to call CSUN police at (818) 677-3826 or (818) 677-6919.