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Bend Police say no other alleged rape victims have come forward, but they want to get the word out in case other alleged victims are out there. Sergeant Clint Burleigh says when it comes to cases involving rape, assault and intense trauma, its’ often difficult for victims to report it to police. “It’s a very traumatic situation. The trauma that is inflicted on anyone who goes through this is terrible. And what we want to do is to make sure that victims of these types of assaults will call close friends or family members and ask for some advice or some help to see what they should do. And it is very hard for victims to come forward. Even with the Police Department wanting to help and do what’s right, it’s very hard for people to come through and relive that traumatic situation when we have to understand what happened.” Besides potential victims; Bend Police are also asking for people who may have any information about the case.





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  • Reed Market Road closed at the RR Crossing, both directions, through October 6.
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