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Forcible Sex Offense With Two Suspects Reported To Penn State Police

This afternoon, a forcible sex offense with two suspects was reported to Penn State Police. The incident was reported at 4:30 p.m. and a timely warning was sent at 8 p.m.

The female victim told police that while walking back to Eastview Terrace with an unknown male she met at a party, a second male appeared when they arrived and both forced her to commit sexual acts.

Penn State Police gave a description of the suspects in the timely warning. The first suspect is descriped as a white college-aged male with short brown hair. The second suspect is described as a white college-aged male with blonde spiked hair.

UPDATE — Feb. 15:

A week after the incident was reported to Penn State Police, both suspects have been identified. As the investigation is still underway, the identities of the suspects will not be released. However, Penn State Police plan to continue providing updates as the investigation of the incident continues.

If you have any information on the assault, contact Penn State Police at (814) 863-1111. 

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