Reported sexual assault at NDSU leaves the student body shakenFargo, ND (WDAY TV) -- A reported sexual assault at NDSU has the campus on high alert and police investigating.
By: Kay Cooley, WDAY
Fargo, ND (WDAY TV) -- A reported sexual assault at NDSU has the campus on high alert and police investigating.
It's the school's second sexual assault report in 2-months, leaving the student body shaken.
The most shocking thing based on the reported sexual assault is that the suspect is still at large and police haven't been able to provide students on campus with a clear description of him.
They say a female student reported the assault Sunday night. Saying a white male approached her around 8:30 that evening in the H-R Parking lot on campus.
She told police he was wearing a blue ski mask and did not have a weapon. And said the man forced her into a large passenger vehicle, took her to another location, then raped her. All before dropping her back off at the same lot.
Lt. Gregory Stone, with the NDSU Police, says, "at this time the university police believes there is no immediate or continued threat to the campus community, but would like to remind all members of the campus of safety measures."
Janna Stoskopf, Dean of Student Life, says, "One of our goals is really to help those who have been impacted by sexual violence, to be able to provide support to them in ways that are going to help them have the greatest likelihood of both personal and academic success."
Police are asking anyone with more information to contact them.