BOSTON (CBS) – The Bridgewater State student accused of raping boys at a day care center on campus once worked as a camp counselor at the MetroWest YMCA.

Kyle Loughlin, 21, of Wrentham, is being held without bail. He is charged with raping two boys, ages four and five, at the Children’s Center on campus where he worked as an early childhood education major.

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The MetroWest YMCA, which is based in Framingham, said in a statement Friday that Loughlin was a “camp counselor at their Hopkinton Summer Camp during the summers of 2010, 2012, 2013 and 2014.”

“Because these charges are unrelated to Mr. Loughlin’s past association with the YMCA, we have no comment on them,” spokeswoman Miriam Kimball said in the statement.

“What we can say is that we conducted thorough criminal background checks, sex offender registry checks and reference checks on Mr. Loughlin before hiring him, as we do with all of our employees. “

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A letter was also sent to parents from MetroWest YMCA president Rick MacPherson.

“We are writing to parents of children who attended camp during that time because we want to make sure you are aware of the situation and because you may see media reports about it. Because he was not an employee of the Y at the time of his arrest, we do not have many details about this situation,” MacPherson said in the letter.

“The background, sex offender registry and reference checks conducted by the YMCA on Mr. Loughlin were clean; he had no previous criminal record.”

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Loughlin also spent time at the Pine Hill School in Sherborn as recently as March. School officials say he wasn’t left unsupervised with the children.