Authorities on Wednesday said they are looking for three men who allegedly raped a girl in a St. Paul apartment soon after she met one of them at a bus stop.

Tyresse McKay, 27, of Minneapolis, was charged last week by warrant in Ramsey County District Court with first-degree criminal sexual conduct. Two other men remain at large and are not yet charged, said officials with the St. Paul Police Department and the county attorney’s office.

Test results of DNA taken from the victim confirmed six months later that McKay and two other men had sexual contact with the girl on May 15, 2016, the charging document against McKay reads.

The victim, whose age was withheld, gave descriptions to police of all three suspects.

According to the complaint: The girl said she got on a westbound light rail train about 10 a.m. in St. Paul and met a man at a bus stop who told her his name was June. She went with June, later identified as McKay, to an apartment near the Oxford Community Center in St. Paul.

She told police McKay and the other two men raped her.

McKay made the girl sleep next to him on the kitchen floor and forced her to shower the next morning. At some point, she fled the apartment and called for help from the community center.