FBI, State Police assisting in NLR and Sherwood assault cases

North Little Rock police say the suspect appears to be a black male who stands between 5'6" and 5'7", has a medium build and appears to be between the ages of 18 and 22. (Photos courtesy: North Little Rock Police Department)

The FBI and Arkansas State Police are assisting local authorities find the suspect responsible for assaulting women in six different cases reported throughout North Little Rock and Sherwood.

The North Little Rock Police Department released sketches Wednesday afternoon of the suspect based on several witness descriptions.

The suspect is described as a black male, between the ages of 18 and 22, who stands between 5'6" and 5'7" with a small to medium build.

Authorities gave Channel 7 a timeline of the attacks

March 17th - A woman in North Little Rock says she was sexually assaulted along McCain Boulevard.

March 25th - Two women at the Fox and the Hound Sports Tavern in North Little Rock report a man jumping into their car, threatening to shoot them. The women took off running when they realized the man did not have a real gun.

March 25th - A woman reports being abducted from the Buffalo Wild Wings parking lot in Sherwood, then being sexually assaulted in a nearby neighborhood.

April 11th - A woman working at Wendy's reported being robbed near the 4700 block of Allen by a man matching the same description.

Police say another sexual assault happened in the Levy area, but no details have been released on the incident at this time.

April 16th - a Woman was attacked while jogging on the Mary Anne Salmon Walking Trail. She says the suspect hit her in the face and head, then tried to drag her into the woods.