UA student victim of late night robbery on campus | News
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now)- Late last night a UA student was the victim of a ‘strong-arm' robbery on campus.
The incident happened around 9:50 p.m. while the male victim had been walking the bicycle/pedestrian path near the east side of the Marley Building. According to the victim he was approached by two men, who forcibly took personal property belonging to the victim.
The suspects were last seen running north on the UA campus, according to the victim. The suspects are described as dark-skinned males, both having a muscular build and both close to 6 feet in height, in their 20's; they were also seen wearing dark or possibly black track suits with a red stripe down the side of the pants.
According to UA police the victim saw no weapon, nor was a weapon used. The victim received non-life threatening injuries, according to UA police. The investigation is still ongoing.
If anyone has information about this incident, or suspects they are asked to call the University of Arizona Police Department or 88-CRIME.
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