A student reported a sexual assault and a burglary by known and unknown persons in South Halls early Wednesday morning, according to the University Police and Fire Daily Activity Log.
At 3:11 a.m., the student told Penn State University Police that he or she was sexually assaulted somewhere between 2:10 and 3 a.m.
Police currently have identified two people in connection with the incident and described them as college-aged African American males, according to a Centre County Crimestoppers alert. Police said one suspect is described to be wearing a red baseball cap, striped tank top and athletic shorts, according to the alert.
Additional details on the incident or the identities of those involved were unavailable, and police could not be reached for comment as of press time Wednesday.
University Police Chief Tyrone Parham is currently out of his office until July 9 and Assistant Chief William Moerschbacher could not be reached for additional comment.
The incident is listed on the log as a sexual assault and a burglary without force.