By Taylor Utzig, Editor
A Loyola student was sexually groped by an unknown male on the 6300 block of Winthrop after exiting the Granville Red Line station Saturday night.
The offender is described as male, dark complexion, 30-40 years old, and medium build.
An email from Loyola’s Campus Safety reports the following regarding the incident:
The Department of Campus Safety is writing to notify you of a criminal sexual abuse that occurred on Saturday evening, around 10:30 p.m., near 6310 N. Winthrop Avenue. The victim, a Loyola student, exited the CTA Red Line at the Granville Station, walked eastbound on Granville Avenue, and then northbound on Winthrop Avenue. While walking on Winthrop Avenue, the student was approached by a male and inappropriately groped twice. The student then ran towards Regis Hall, where Campus Safety was called. The offender fled westbound on Sheridan Road and is not currently in custody.
The offender is described as: male, dark complexion, 30-40 years old, and medium build. He was last seen wearing a white hat, dark jacket, light gray pants, and white Nike gym shoes.
Campus Safety is working closely with the Chicago Police Department on this investigation. If anyone has information on the incident, please call Campus Safety at 773.508.6039 or the Chicago Police Department via 9-1-1 or 312.744.8263.