FRAMINGHAM (FOX 25 / MyFoxBoston.com) Framingham State University has been removed from campus after being accused in three separate sexual assaults at the school.
Officials tell FOX 25 that the university's police department was made aware of the sexual assaults on Sept. 19. Investigators say all three assaults occurred in Towers Hall at different points in time.
The suspect, who reportedly knew all three victims, has been removed from campus as an investigation continues.
Anyone with information related to these assaults is asked to contact campus police at 508-626-4911.
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