San Francisco 49ers defensive end Ray McDonald, who was arrested on domestic violence charges in August, has had a search warrant served at his house by police who are investigating a rape case.

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There aren't many details out yet, but ABC 7 has some:

San Jose police report getting a call from a local area hospital regarding a possible sexual assault victim who was receiving treatment. Officers responded and made contact with the adult female victim. The victim alleged she was possibly sexually assaulted a day prior. The preliminary investigation revealed the alleged suspect was Ray McDonald.

In November, the Santa Clara, Calif., district attorney decided not to press charges in McDonald's domestic violence case.

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Update: Here's the full statement from San Jose police about the investigation.

On December 16, 2014 at approximately 10:43 am, the San Jose Police Department received a call from a local area hospital regarding a possible sexual assault victim who was receiving treatment. Officers responded and made contact with the adult female victim. The victim alleged she was possibly sexually assaulted a day prior. The preliminary investigation revealed the alleged suspect was Ray McDonald.

The San Jose Police Department Sexual Assaults Investigations Unit was notified and responded to conduct follow-up investigation. Based on preliminary investigation, detectives secured a search warrant and served it at the alleged suspect's residence in San Jose.

No arrests have been made. The investigation is active and on-going. No other information will be released at this time.

Thank you in advance for your patience and understanding.

[ABC 7]