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CAMPUS SAFETY ADVISORY
Recently, during the late evening or early morning hours, University Police and San Luis Obispo Police Departments have investigated three separate cases where a male suspect has approached females from behind and has attempted to remove their underpants. In one case, the suspect actually removed the victim’s underpants.
DESCENT: ASIAN OR HISPANIC
HEIGHT: 5′-6″ TO 5′-9″
BUILD: MEDIUM BUILD/ATHLETIC BUILD
HAIR: SHORT HAIR, SPIKED ON TOP
CLOTHING: BLACK “PUFFY” JACKET, DARK COLORED LONG SLEEVE SHIRT AND POSSIBLY TAN PANTS OR BLUE JEANS
THE UNIVERSITY POLICE DEPARTMENT RECOMMENDS COMMUNITY MEMBERS EXERCISE CAUTION WHEN TRAVELING AT NIGHT: BE AWARE OF YOUR SURROUNDINGS AND TRAVEL WITH COMPANIONS AS OFTEN AS POSSIBLE.
IF ANYONE HAS ANY INFORMATION REGARDING THESE INCIDENTS PLEASE CONTACT UNIVERSITY POLICE OR SAN LUIS OBISPO DEPARTMENTS.
TEXT ANY ANONYMOUS TIPS OR INFORMATION TO email@example.com
EMERGENCIES DIAL 911
The University Police Department is issuing this alert because of the proximity of Cal Poly to the pedestrian path leading towards Mustang Village.
UPD has no information to indicate that the subjects are on campus.
On Tuesday evening, 1/17/12, a female was walking on the pedestrian path from Cal Poly campus toward Mustang Village when she was approached from behind by three males. One of the male suspects grabbed the female and pulled her to the ground. At about the same time, a bicyclist was riding near their location and it appeared that the assault was interrupted by the bicyclist. The three male suspects ran from the area.
The University Police Department recommends community members exercise caution when traveling at night: maintain sobriety, be aware of your surroundings, and travel with companions as often as possible.
Dial 9-1-1 for emergencies. Contact police immediately if you identify risk to your safety or the safety of others.
Text any anonymous tips or information to firstname.lastname@example.org
The flyer and press release may be viewed by going to the Crime Alert on the UPD website, News and Information page http://www.afd.calpoly.edu/police/news.asp?pid=3
University Police Department
Cal Poly University Police Department issued a warning today about an attempted sexual assault that occurred this past Tuesday evening. A female was walking along the pedestrian path from Cal Poly to Mustang Village when three males approached her and one grabbed her and pulled her to the ground. Thankfully, the assault was interrupted by a bicyclist who was riding near the area.
Please keep safe, always be with a companion, and observe what is going on around you. Call 911 immediately if you feel unsafe.
An unidentified man attacked a female runner in rural San Luis Obispo early Tuesday morning.The woman told authorities she was attacked from behind while she was running on the southern outskirts of San Luis Obispo on Vachell Lane off Buckley Road at 7 a.m. Tuesday.
Her name was not disclosed.
According to a news release, the woman told authorities she saw the man approaching her as she stopped to adjust her running equipment. When she began running again “she was suddenly grabbed from behind with a hand over her mouth.”
The woman reportedly spun around and hit the man with her iPod, after which he backed away. Then she began yelling, authorities said.
The woman then continued running toward the city limits and called 911.
San Luis Obispo County Sheriff’s deputies checked the surrounding area but didn’t locate the suspect.
He is described as a man in his late 20s to early 30s, 5-feet, 8 inches tall, with a stocky build and dark hair. He was said to be wearing a black beanie, black parka and long shorts in a blue and white plaid pattern.
Anyone who may have seen the suspect in the area is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 549-STOP.
Read more here: http://www.sanluisobispo.com/2011/12/20/1878671/female-runner-assualted-tuesday.html