HAYCOCK TWP., Pa. - Police are investigating a reported rape at Nockamixon State Park in Bucks County.
Pennsylvania State Police Dublin said the reported incident occurred between 5 p.m. and 7 p.m. on Monday.
The victim reported she was at the Nockamixon State Park fishing pier when she was forced into a four-door silver sedan, believed to be a Honda Civic, by two males.
The victim was taken to a different area of the park where the assault occurred.
One of the assailants is described as a white man, approximately 20-25 years old and standing six feet tall with a normal build and short brown hair. He was clean-shaven and was wearing a black V-neck T-shirt and baggy blue jeans at the time of the reported rape.
The second attacker is described as a white man, approximately 20-25 years old and about five feet, eight inches tall with a normal build, short blonde hair and a small mustache. At the time of the reported rape, he was wearing a red Under Armor T-shirt that had "Under Armor" spelled out in white lettering, baggy blue jeans, and a red and gray snapback styled hat.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the PSP Dublin station at 215-249-9191.
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