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Robbery Sunday, March 6, 2016
On March 6, 2016, at approximately 3:55 a.m., two unidentified males, one approximately 6 feet tall, armed with a black handgun with a laser pointer, wearing a black jacket, grey beanie type hat and black shoes, the second offender approximately 5'9" tall, approached three males in the parking lot of the Hampton Harbor apartments, presented a handgun and began searching the victim's belongings. Items taken are described as such: one wallet containing a Michigan state operator's license, an HU student ID card, two Chase debit cards, and five dollars in cash. A second wallet containing NWFCU debit/credit cards, NFCU debit/credit cards, a Virginia Operator's License, a Blue Cross ID, and a NOVA school ID. The incident is currently being investigated by the Hampton Police Division. The suspects were seen fleeing the area in a bluish car with a letter H" symbol on the front bumper. The victims were not physically harmed.
Caution: Subjects should be considered armed and dangerous. DO NOT attempt to apprehend or approach. If you have any information that would aid in the investigation and arrests of these subjects, please call the HU Police Department immediately: (757) 727-5300/5259.
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Property Safety Tips
- Secure your doors prior to exiting your room.
- Establish a habit of locking your room door even when in the room.
- Mark electronic/ personal items with your student id number; avoid using your ssn.
- Avoid loaning your room key to friends/ roommate.
- Never loan your student ID to another student.
- Never leave your items unattended.
- Email your electronic serial numbers to yourself.
- Send tips anonymously via TipSubmit.
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