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Radford Police say woman raped by 4 men

RADFORD, VA -

Radford Police say they're looking for four men after a 19-year says she was raped early Saturday morning, just after midnight.

Radford City Police officers responded to a call about a sexual assault in the 700 block of New River Road. The victim, a 19 year old female, reported that she was forcibly raped at her residence by four black males.

Police say she met the suspects Friday night at a concert event at the Bondurant Center on East Main Street in Radford but some of the details are still under investigation as to why and how they came to her home.

Police say the suspects were black males, believed to be 19-22 year old and described further as:
-One male is approximately 5'8", hair is shoulder length dreads, white t-shirt, with long navy button down shirt
-Another male also has shoulder length dreads, pink polo, wearing a beige sweater with hole in armpit
-A third male is the tallest, light skinned, freckled, short buzz cut, navy blue jacket
-The forth male wore a white shirt, white beanie with black writing and a white jacket.

This case is still under investigation. If anyone has information about this crime please call the Radford City Police Department's crime tip line and (540) 731-5040.

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