Western Illinois University on alert after reported sexual assault on campus
August 28, 2012 (MACOMB, Ill.) (WLS) -- Western Illinois University is warning students after a woman told police she was sexually assaulted on the Macomb campus.
The student said she was walking near the main administration building just before midnight Sunday when someone grabbed her and assaulted her.
University police are investigating and have increased patrols.
Students are being told to be cautious and use safety escorts when walking the campus at night.
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