Attorney General Bill Schuette is looking for information on the Larry Nassar case at Michigan State University.
The attorney general said in a press release Friday afternoon that tips will be accepted through a hotline and an online form.
Schuette announced his investigation into MSU on January 27. He promised that his department "and this investigation will find out who knew what, and when" at Michigan State.
As of Friday morning, 265 women and girls have reported abuse by Nassar to police or the attorney general's office. Over 175 of those survivors have given statements in court over the past two weeks, many of them saying MSU is partially to blame.
More from Friday's press release:
Anyone who believes they have credible information related to MSU, its handling of Larry Nassar’s sexual abuse and other related matters are encouraged to reach out online, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 844-324-3374.
The hotline will be open Monday – Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. The online complaint form and email address are available 24/7.