A nursing home in Oxford, New York, has been raided after a woman reported she was raped and assaulted there, authorities said.
The women were found to have been at the Oxford Nursing Home at 10:00pm on Wednesday.
An unnamed woman told police that she had been sexually assaulted by three men, one of whom was a relative of her husband, according to a release from the Oxford County Prosecutor’s Office.
No arrests have been made.
Oxford Police Chief Anthony Carlin said in a statement that the alleged rape occurred at the nursing home on June 25 and that no arrests had been made at this time.
“Our investigation has revealed that three individuals sexually assaulted a nursing home resident,” he said.
The women, ages 30 to 47, had not been in the nursing homes room when the alleged attack occurred, he said, adding that they were not able to identify the alleged perpetrators.
In a statement, the women’s lawyer, Nancy Bohn, said they were devastated by the incident and are trying to heal.
Carlin said that he believes the investigation was conducted “fairly well” and that the allegations are unfounded.
Bohn told The Associated Press that she and the victims’ family were “horrified and devastated” by the allegations.