Burglary in Building D
Today between 2:00 and 2:10 p.m., unknown suspects entered an unlocked office in Building D and stole a wallet from an employee’s purse. The wallet contained a debit card and a small amount of change.
The Department of Public Safety is requesting that anyone who has information regarding this or any other incident(s), or who noticed any suspects before or after the incident(s), to contact them immediately at (202) 687-4343.
Date: April 19th, 2013
Time: Between 2:00 and 2:10 p.m.
Location: On Campus
Address: Building D
Incident type: Burglary
Respondents: Public Safety
Victim(s): No physical injuries were reported
Victim(s) status: N/A
Witness description of suspect(s):
Black Male, 5'8", 200 lbs, early 20’s, short hair, Wearing light blue Polo Shirt, Blue Jean pants.
Black Female, heavy set, early 30’s, short ponytail, wearing a brown jacket, brown patterned shirt, and light blue jeans.
The Department of Public Safety would like to remind all students to practice the following security measures:
1. On campus students should call DPS at 202-687-4343 regarding any safety concerns.
2. Off campus students with immediate safety concerns should call MPD at 911 and DPS at 687-HELP.
3. Practice security at home by not propping doors open, always keeping doors and windows locked, even when you are in residence, and not opening the door to strangers.
4. Students noticing suspicious activities or individuals loitering around entrances to residence halls, apartments, or townhouses should immediately notify DPS at 202-687-4343.
5. Students may utilize the services of THE SHUTTLE or DPS SAFERIDES escorts as a means of providing safe passage off-campus. Call 784-RIDE for DPS SAFERIDES escorts.
Georgetown University's Department of Public Safety (DPS) notifies the campus community when crimes are reported to DPS or the Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) which the University believes represent a threat to its students or employees, in a manner consistent with the Campus Security Act. The University uses its best efforts to provide information that is both accurate and helpful, but community members should recognize that the University is able to relay information only as it is reported to DPS and/or MPD.