German police have arrested three Pakistani men who sought asylum in connection to numerous sexual assault complaints at a music festival. They are still looking for numerous other suspects.

A spokesperson for the Schlossgrabenfest music festival said 26 women spoke with police about sexual assault. The police then said that 14 reports “involve several women and only after further investigations will it become clear how many of the women were victims of sexual assault.”

Three women told the cops the group of men “encircled” them and proceeded to harass and grope the women.

All the women described the attackers as men who “appeared to come from south Asia.” One assaulted woman reported a theft, but she did not notice her purse missing until the next day. The police do not know if her attackers took the purse or if someone else did it.

Two weeks ago, men of “Turkish descent” sexually assaulted women at a Berlin street fair. Just like at the festival, the men encircled and assaulted their victims. One witness tried to film the incident “when they noticed the men acting in a strange manner toward the women.” Police arrested three men, aged 14 to 17.

Other women also reported sexual assault at the fair. Berlin police spokesman Thomas Neuendorf said the victims “were touched on the private parts by the perpetrators, or surrounded by a group and touched in that way.”

The police identified 12 suspects and issued seven arrest warrants. The men come from Tunisia, Morocco, Libya, and Algeria.

On New Year’s Eve, migrants turned central Cologne “into a war-zone” when they set off fireworks into a crowd and assaulted the women. At least 500 women reported sexual assaults against men “of North African origin.”