6:20 p.m. UPDATE: Police have released suspect descriptions of four suspects in the break-ins and released this photo of a photo believed to be involved in the crimes.

(Source: Sacramento State Police)

Suspect 1:

Woman in her 20s, 5-foot-5, black, medium build, with long black hair in a straight braid. Wearing a white or light-colored sweatshirt and dark pants.

Suspect 2

Woman in her 20s, 5-foot-7, black, thin build, with long red or orange hair (possible wig). Wearing a black sweatshirt, black sweat pants with a thick white vertical stripe on the outside leg.

Suspect 3:

Woman, 20-30 years old, race uncertain, 5-foot-6, medium build, with medium-length light-colored hair. Wearing a black T-shirt under denim short overalls.

Suspect 4:

Woman, 20-30 years old, race uncertain, 5-foot-6, thin build, hair covered, tan-colored sweatshirt or jacket, dark pants.

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Several students are waking up to a headache after finding their cars broken into overnight.

The break-ins happened at the overflow parking lot off campus at some point between Sunday night and Monday morning.

About 15 to 20 cars had their windows broken into. Some cars had all four windows broken.

Sac State police are leaving information cards on the cars affected.

Hayes Brothers Auto Glass says they’re offering a discount to any student affected.

A handful of cars along La Riviera Drive and at a condominium complex about two miles away also had several cars broken into overnight.