EdCC alert: Person pulled into vehicle in sexual assault

At least two men were involved Wednesday morning, according to the school.

LYNNWOOD — A sexual assault reportedly took place at Edmonds Community College on Wednesday morning.

Sometime after 9 a.m., at least two men pulled a person into a white vehicle near the horticulture buildings and sexually assaulted him or her, according to an alert sent out by the school.

College spokeswoman Marisa Pierce on Thursday said no further details, including the gender of the victim, are being released.

Campus Safety and Security will increase vehicle patrols and have at least one extra officer in the day and evening, college president Amit Singh said in a letter to students on Thursday. Lynnwood police will also step up patrols.

Tips can be directed to campus safety and security at 425-754-0154, or Lynnwood police at 425-670-5600.

Police have not shared additional information about the case.

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