Morehead State On Alert After Woman Fondled

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Updated: 10/16/2013 11:58 am
According to a release from Morehead State Police Department they have the campus on alert after a man fondled a student.

Officials say on Tuesday around 3:15 p.m. MSU Police was contacted by a female student saying she had been fondled.

Police say the incident happened in the area of Allie Young Hall.

MSUPD is looking for a man between the ages of 45-55 approximately 6 feet tall, lanky build.

 He was wearing a tan jogging suit with a green stripe on the arm and possibly the leg.

The man had salt and pepper hair, mustache, goatee and an underbite.

Anyone with information is asked to call the Morehead State University Police Department at 606-783-2035.

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