Student reports assault at Boston University library
BOSTON (WHDH) -- Boston University police say a student was groped in the school’s library.
Boston University police have confirmed that a sexual assault took place Sunday night inside Mugar Memorial Library.
A female victim was studying at the time and says another male student, whom she didn't know, approached her and started to make conversation.
She says she felt uncomfortable and he backed away -- only to come back up behind her and touch her stomach under her shirt.
The news of the latest assault came as students and staff gathered in a town hall style meeting to discuss the sexual assault charges facing two BU hockey players -- and just a week after several reports of a Peeping Tom in the university’s dorms.
Last week, investigators say a student claimed to see a smartphone on the floor of a shower inside the Warren Towers dormitory.
She said she then saw a hand grab the phone and a person run away.
Two similar incidents were reported last month at bu's west campus dorms.
No arrests have been made in the cases.
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