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Female Student Reports Sexual Assault On Loyola Marymount University Campus
The alleged assault was reported on Sunday at about 9:26 p.m., KTLA reports. A female student said the attacker took her into the a first floor restroom at the William H. Hannon Library on LMU's campus and forced her to perform oral sex on him. When the attacker let her go, she reported the incident to police and was taken to a hospital. The victim told police her attacker was a white man, about 18-20 years old, who may have had blood on his shirt, according to NBC Los Angeles.
Anyone with information should contact the LAPD at 877-275-5273 or LMU Dept. of Public Safety at 310-338-2894.
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