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September 27, 2011 - Safety Bulletin

by r0stew03 last modified Sep 27, 2011 07:35 AM

Issued: September 27, 2011

OFF-Campus Incident

Issued: September 27, 2011


The Louisville Metro Police Department is investigating a home invasion, robbery of a University of Louisville student that occurred on Monday, September 26, 2011 at approximately 11:00 PM, in the 1600 block of Second Street.  

The victims advised that the suspects knocked at the door. The suspects announced that they were the police. When the victim cracked the door open, to see who was there, the suspects forced their way inside. Once inside the victim’s residence the suspects robbed the victim.

The description of the suspects was limited. Both suspects were described by the victims as B/Ms in the early 20’s. One suspect was 5’6” – 5’8” inches tall and the other suspect was approximately 6’ tall. Bother were wearing dark hoodies and jeans. The suspects threatened the victim with a gun, but not weapon was displayed.

If you have any information on this case please contact the Louisville Metro Police Department at 574-7111 or the University Police at 852-6111.

The following are suggestions, which may help prevent you from becoming the victim of crime:

• Keep the doors and windows of your residence locked.
• Do not open your residence door until you feel safe. Use a peep hole or talk through the door.
• Walk with a group of people, and if walking to a parking lot, do not the leave the area until everyone is safely in their vehicle.
• Remain alert and watchful for suspicious activity.
• Be alert for anything suspicious, especially two or more people just hanging around.
• If you sense something wrong, leave the area immediately.

The following are suggestions of things to do and not do during an actual crime, and what to do after a crime occurs:
• Observe what the suspect looks like and develop a mental picture so that an accurate description can be given to the police.
• Don't chase or follow the suspect.  
• Protect the crime scene.  Leave everything as it is.  Don't try to clean up or touch any possible evidence.
• Write down a description of the suspect including sex, race, height, weight, build, eye and hair color, scars or tattoos, jewelry, approximate age, and clothing.  If possible, note in which direction the suspect fled.  Remember do not chase the suspect.
Report any suspicious activity to the University Police at 852-6111.
Call the Department of Public Safety for escort services at 852-6111.

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To report an emergency, dial 852-6111 or 911.

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