Sexual assault reported on Texas State campus

SAN MARCOS, Texas (KXAN) — Police are investigating a report of a sexual assault that happened on the Texas State University campus in San Marcos.

Texas State University police notified students about the reported incident saying it happened at Bexar Hall and that the victim knows the attacker.

The university issued a “Timely Warning” alert about the crime report Friday morning. You can read the full text of the alert below:

TIMELY WARNING: Sexual Assault
At approximately 11:30 p.m. on September 8, the Texas State University Police Department received a report of a sexual assault. The incident took place at Bexar Hall on campus. The actor is known by the victim and police have obtained statements from both the suspect and the victim. The investigation is ongoing.
Always be aware of your surroundings and the people who are around you. If you see anything—or anyone—that is suspicious or out of place, please contact the University Police. UPD’s non-emergency phone number is (512) 245-2805 (for emergencies, dial 911).
Locking doors is critical for campus safety. If you want assistance at night while traveling on campus, the Bobcat Bobbies can escort you. The Bobcat Bobbies can be contacted at (512) 245-7233 (SAFE). More information on this program can be found at http://www.police.txstate.edu/Services/Bobcat-Bobbies.html.
Be Smart and Stay Safe Bobcats!

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