Cape Town – Western Cape police are investigating the rape of a Stellenbosch University student that allegedly occurred outside one of the campus residences, a report said on Thursday. The attack had apparently happened sometime in February outside the all-women residence, Harmonie, in the early hours of the morning, Eyewitness News reported.The university confirmed that a female student had been examined and treated by a district surgeon and has now been offered support by the institution.The incident comes weeks after police launched a manhunt for a serial rapist said to be operating around the Rhodes Memorial area near UCT, News24 reported. Three female students from the university had been raped while a fourth was attacked but managed to get away.Police released a photo of the man they believed to be responsible for the attacks. The man was named as Patrick Hlomane, also known as Mthunzi Makhamba. He has yet to be arrested.In a previous incident, a male student had been arrested for raping a female student at Avenue House, also known as Azania House, News24 also reported.