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Police in Philadelphia are on the hunt for four men who allegedly kidnapped and repeatedly raped a La Salle University student on Easter Sunday.
The 20-year-old woman told police she was walking off-campus on the 4800 block of 10th Street around 10 p.m. Suddenly, she says, a black van pulled up beside her and four men jumped out. They allegedly grabbed her and forced her inside the vehicle before driving off.
Police have not yet revealed where the men took the woman. Once they arrived, however, the woman says they repeatedly raped her before dropping her off at an unknown location and fleeing the scene.
Despite the police investigation, the university did not notify students at the school since the alleged kidnapping happened a mile away from campus. University spokesman Jon Caroulis says, however, that officials met with the student and her family and "offered support."
"This isn't something that anyone wants to hear about," said Karla Fernandez, a sophomore at the school. "It could've been anyone."
Police say the suspects are four men between the ages of 20 and 25. The woman also told investigators one of the men had the tattoo "MM" on his face.
Those with information on the case are asked to contact Philadelphia Police.