3 Sex Assaults Reported at Cornell

ITHACA, N.Y. —Three sexual assaults were reported on and around the Cornell University campus Sunday, prompting police to urge students to “to take prudent and necessary safety precautions.”

In one case, a female victim answered a knock at the door of home and a man she was unfamiliar with forced his way inside, The Cornell Daily Sun reports. He reportedly put his hand under her dress. Thirty minutes later, an alleged rape occurred near a suspension bridge on campus.

Additionally, a student was attacked in a campus parking lot on the same day; her attacker grabbed her around the waist and pulled at her shirt. Other students in the area intervened and the suspect fled.

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