A woman reported being taken from her office and raped in the basement of a Stanford University building, according to campus police.

A woman reported being taken from her office and raped in the basement of a Stanford University building, according to campus police.

A woman reported being taken from her office and raped in the basement of a Stanford University building, according to campus police.

Authorized reporter told the Stanford Department of Public Safety that the victim was “was working in her office when a man came into her office, grabbed her, dragged her into the basement and raped her” at approximately 12:30 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 7, according to a campus alert. “The specific building (is) not being disclosed.”

This is the second rape reported on campus this year the first takes place a few days before the end of summer classesaccording to McClatchy News.

In an email to McClatchy News, when asked for comment, the university pointed to an update posted online for the Stanford community.

“We know this report is alarming and alarming, especially after a similar report in August near Wilbur Hall,” Stephen Chen, director of the university’s SHARE Title IX division, said in the update.

In August, a woman said she was “grabbed” from an “unassigned parking lot” outside the Wilbur Hall dormitory, according to McClatchy News. She said she was taken into the bathroom and raped.

“At this time, the victim who reported the assault (October 7) has decided not to share information about the crime with police at this time,” Chen said in the update. “This also remains a matter for the August report, which remains under investigation.”

With “limited information available,” the university asked anyone with information about the latest incident to contact campus police at 650-723-9633.

The investigation into the incident is ongoing, according to the university.