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Lianne Tuomey, Chief of Police
Case # 12UV003580
DEPARTMENT OF POLICE SERVICES
ASSAULT AND ROBBERY
On 8/31/2012 between 9:45pm and 10:15pm a non-affiliate male reported being assaulted and robbed by two males on the path behind the Catholic Center on UVM’s Campus. The male sustained non-life threatening injuries. There were no weapons used in this incident.
The suspects are still at large and UVM-Police is seeking your assistance.
The suspects are described as both college age, white males between 5’7” & 5’10” tall, slender builds, blue jeans, & boots, both were wearing oversize t-shirts; 1 was a red t-shirt, the other was wearing a dark baseball style cap with a flat wide brim.
Anyone who was in the area of the East campus path from the Davis tunnel to Southwick during the above time is asked to contact Police Services – Attention Det. Genest reference case number 12UV003580. Police Services can be reached by calling 802-656-3473, by anonymous e-mail at https://www.uvm.edu/police/?Page=reportcrime/index.php or
Text your tip to 847411 (tip411) and include the keyword UVM in your message.
If you have an emergency call 911
If you have any information, PLEASE CALL UVM POLICE SERVICES at 656-3473 or you can remain anonymous by texting TIPS to 847411 Keyword: UVM
UVM Police would like to remind all community members to always have safety in mind by:
· Having emergency numbers programed into your cellular phone
· Always be aware of your surroundings
· Travel in groups whenever possible
· Stay in well let and well-traveled areas when feasible
· If you see something out of place or suspicious – call the police
UVM Police urge the UVM community to always be aware of your surroundings while walking or running and avoid being distracted by listening to music or talking on a cell phone, especially at night. If possible walk or run with someone and in well lighted and populated areas, and be aware of the emergency blue lights all over campus.
"Crime Awareness" is an integral component of "crime prevention." Knowledge that crimes occur encourages communities to actively participate in crime prevention efforts (e.g., locking doors, not walking alone, reporting suspicious activity to police) and, therefore, creates a safer environment. Lack of information invites complacency. The following message was approved for campus-wide distribution by the Department of Police Services Chief/Director Lianne Tuomey to alert you to an incident, to promote safety on campus and, in part, to comply with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act of 1990.