BALTIMORE — Baltimore Police are investigating a potential sexual assault that allegedly involved an unnamed member of the department, the agency said in a statement issued Monday.
Baltimore Police said 115 patrol cars were taken out of service to be processed, though the incident isn't believed to have happened in a car.
"Detectives are working to quickly identify any officers who may have been involved, and fully establish the facts of the case,” read a statement from Detective Niki Fennoy, of the department’s Media Relations Section.
The statement said the department was alerted to the allegations on Sunday. It did not share where the incident reportedly occurred.
On Sunday, detectives from the Baltimore Police Department received an allegation of a sexual assault that may have involved an unnamed member of the department. As a result, some departmental vehicles are now being processed for potential evidence and detectives are working to quickly identify any officers who may have been involved, and fully establish the facts of the case.
This story will be updated.