HOUSTON — Houston police are investigating the accusations of four people who say they were abused by priests. 

They have all come forward in the last two weeks, after the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston released a list of credibly-accused priests.

Two priests were named but it's not clear if they were already on the list 

A fifth victim made an outcry to the Church.

The HPD Special Victims Unit is reaching out to that person to file a report.

The Archdiocese says it continues to fully cooperate with police.

HPD is not releasing either priests’ name because no charges have been filed.

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