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Missoula Police Investigate Possible Rape

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The Missoula Police Department is investigating a report by a Missoula woman, who says she was raped during a date with two acquaintances.

Police said it happened in the 1600 block of 13th Street W., early last Tuesday morning.

The woman reported to being raped during a date with a man and woman.

Both the man and the woman, are considered suspects and will be interviewed by police as the investigation continues.

The reported victim was not injured. Police aren't releasing any other information. ABC FOX Montana will keep you updated as we get updates.

 

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