HAYCOCK TWP., Pa. - After several days of thorough investigation, Pennsylvania State Police Dublin released a statement Thursday saying the victim in the Lake Nockamixon reported rape incident admitted she made the story up and the assault did not occur.
The woman originally told police she was forced into a four-door silver Honda sedan by the fishing pier at Lake Nockamixon State Park Monday and was taken to another part of the park where she was raped. She said the incident took place between the hours of 5 p.m. and 7 p.m, according to the police report.
Police believe there is no immediate threat to the public related to the incident.
The investigation will continue.
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