Oklahoma Watches and Warnings

OSU warning students after woman attacked near dorms

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STILLWATER, Okla. - Oklahoma State University officials are sending out a warning after a student was attacked on campus on September 5.

OSU officials said a man attacked and beat a woman at the northwest end of Davis Hall, a dorm, along McElroy Rd. at about 2:30 a.m. Thursday.

They said she suffered injuries but was not robbed or sexually assaulted.

Authorities are still looking for the suspect.

He is described as a light-complected, multiracial man who is about 5'10" and 170 pounds with a muscular build.

According to the report, he was last seen wearing dark clothing, a hooded sweatshirt and a bandanna covering most of his face.

Campus police want to remind all students to be aware of their surroundings. Some students suggests traveling in packs.

OSU student, Christian Sigler says, "The Greek Life people the guys are required, if they see a girl walking alone, to say ‘hey do you need a ride or can I walk you home?' “

Extra footsteps Christian Sigler has taken to make sure women on campus have a safe path to their dorms.

University authorities are urging everyone be aware of their surroundings, not to walk alone at night and stay in well-lit areas.

If you see anyone suspicious, campus police ask you notify them immediately at (405) 744-6523.

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