SAN ANTONIO - New documents reveal a look inside the investigation into the Medical Center sexual assault cases involving an accused serial rapist.

KENS 5 has obtained the documents that reveal exactly what police found when they searched the suspect's apartment.

The affidavit for a search warrant also details another vicious knife attack that is now being linked to 18-year-old Anton Harris.

Harris was arrested by San Antonio police June 8.

After Harris’ arrest, police got a search warrant for his apartment in the 5900 block of Eckhert Road.

In the affidavit, police wrote they were looking for the guns and knives used in the attacks and for items stolen from the women who have been attacked during the last two years.

Specifically, police were after two iPhones, an iPad with a pink flower case, a white and black Michael Kohrs purse, a Tory Burch wallet with a penguin design and stolen credit and debit cards.

The SAPD Crime Scene Search Report indicates police found two handguns, a 380 and a 9 mm., along with several full magazines of ammunition.

They also seized several knives, dark colored hoodies, bandanas, several pairs of shoes and pants and one "Lifeproof" iPhone case, which is one of the stolen items police were after.

Much of what was collected was swabbed for biological evidence, according to the warrant.

The affidavit goes on to detail another attack not previously revealed. It happened May 16 in the 5300 block of Hamilton Wolfe Road at 10:30 p.m.

A 27-year-old woman told police she ran screaming from a knife-wielding man who attacked her as she approached her apartment.

The victim said her assailant wore a black hoodie and had a black bandana or mask covering his nose and mouth area.

A police report detailing the attack explains that neighbors came to a woman’s aid and chased the man, but could not catch him.

The victim told police that once she made it back to her apartment after the attack, she realized that the man had stolen her purse. She said she lost her wallet, cash, an iPhone and other personal items.

Police said the description, location and details of this incident match the other attacks linked to Harris.

Harris remains in the Bexar County Jail. He has not been charged with the latest case.

Police are still encouraging anyone with additional information to call the non-emergency number, which is 210-207-SAPD.