Missoula police are investigating a second rape report from homecoming weekend.
Missoula Police Department spokesman Travis Welsh said a 20-year-old woman reported Monday that she went out with friends Friday night and returned to a male friend's home, where he raped her.
Welsh said the suspect is 22 years old.
The incident took place in the 2300 block of Craftsman Place, Welsh said Wednesday. He did not know if either the woman or man are University of Montana students.
It was the second rape that allegedly occurred in Missoula over homecoming weekend.
Earlier this week, police said they are investigating another rape that allegedly occurred at a house party on Keith Avenue, about one block from the University of Montana campus.
An 18-year-old UM student reported a man raped her in the garage while she was at the party Saturday night. The incident was reported Sunday morning.
Welsh said the woman identified the man by his first name, and said he was between the ages of 18 and 25 years old and has brown hair and green eyes. It's unknown if he is also a student.
The Keith Avenue allegation is the second rape report involving UM students since their return for fall semester.
Another UM student alleged Fazliddin Sharipov, 27, of Tajikistan, raped her on campus in late August, before classes began.
Sharipov was charged in Missoula Municipal Court with five counts of misdemeanor sexual assault and arrested Sept. 10. He posted $7,500 bond and pleaded not guilty to the charges. He was released Sept. 11.