DUDLEY, Mass. — An employee of a Massachusetts youth center has been fired as police investigate a reported assault.

Dudley police said Thursday that a staffer at the Boys and Girls Club of Webster-Dudley was accused of assaulting students during a program Tuesday. They did not offer specifics but said no one was seriously injured and no criminal charges have been filed.

The club said on its website that an employee was fired for violating policy.

Police continue to investigate.

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