Crime Alert: Twin Cities Campus-Marcy Holmes
Wednesday, April 15, 2015
On Wednesday, April 15 at approximately 12:25 a.m., a robbery occurred off campus near the intersection of 27th Avenue SE and Talmage Avenue SE. The incident occurred in close proximity to the Como Student Community Cooperative. One of the two victims is a University of Minnesota student. The second victim is not affiliated with the University.
The victims were talking outside one of their vehicles when two suspects approached, threatened them with a gun, and demanded their valuables. The suspects took the victim's wallet, cell phone and purse. The cell phone was later recovered after the suspects threw it into a nearby yard. Neither victim was injured.
The suspects fled to a car waiting on Talmage Avenue with a third suspect in the driver's seat and the vehicle drove away westbound on Como Avenue. Detailed suspect descriptions are not available at this time.
Minneapolis Police are investigating this off-campus crime. Anyone with information is asked to call the Minneapolis Police Tip Line at 612-692-8477 and reference case number MP-15-132388.
Information to Know
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This message was sent by the University Police Chief Greg Hestness to all Twin Cities students, faculty, and staff.