Campus Police cautions students

By Raquel Sosa-Sanchez
Columnist

Suspicious person lurks on campus

On Thursday, March 28 at approximately 2:35 a.m., Chief of Campus Police Tim Grant sent out a campus-wide alert via email regarding a suspicious individual on campus grounds. The email stated that on March 27 at approximately 10 p.m., Campus Police was dispatched to the Brower Student Center on a report of a suspicious person seen by building service workers. According to Campus Police, the individual was male and lingering in the women’s restroom. The individual identified himself and said he was not a student at the College. Upon arrival, Campus Police spoke with the suspect and he proceeded to leave the premises voluntarily.

At approximately 10:20 p.m. on the same night, a female student residing on the second floor of Hausdoerffer Hall reported that a suspicious male matching the description of the suspect had knocked on her door and asked if she was alone. According to the student, the individual proceeded to make flirtatious remarks and then left the premises without any incident.

Upon review of the building’s security footage, Campus Police observed this individual as fitting the description of the individual reported at Brower Student Center.

Campus Police advised that students should use caution when giving others access to resident halls. An officer emphasized the “potentially dangerous” consequences this incident could have resulted in. Campus Police urges anyone with information pertaining to this case to call them immediately. There is no further information reported at this time, according to Campus Police.

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