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Crime Alert: Armed Robbery Reported Near West Main St.

Crime Alert: Armed Robbery Reported Near West Main St.

No injuries reported

Editor's Note: This message was sent to all Duke students, faculty and staff in compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act(also known as the Clery Act), which requires colleges and universities to provide timely notification to members of the university community of certain crimes reported on campus.

On Saturday morning at 1:50 a.m., an individual walking alone on West Main Street, reported that he was approached by three males, who showed a small black handgud and demanded money. The three suspects were last seen running away from campus. The individual was not injured.

The three suspects are described as teenagers who were wearing white shirts.  

We encourage the community to travel in groups late at night and use available transportation services.

If you have any information related to this incident, please contact the Duke University Police Department at 919-684-2444.

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I observed 3 black males (late teen to 20's) walking along 751 late morning/early afternoon 4/27/13. I have observed these 3 males before along Chapel and Duke street as well on another occasion while I was walking on Wed between 5pm  and 6:30ish. Some of them have been whearing ball caps. Deb Springer

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