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Suspect sketch circulated to assist police investigation of Wednesday sexual assault in neighborhood east of campus
Suspect sketch circulated to assist police investigation of Wednesday sexual assault in neighborhood east of campusJuly 27, 2006Kevin Morrowkdmorrow@syr.edu
To assist the Syracuse Police Department in the apprehension of the suspect wanted in the sexual assault of a Syracuse University graduate student early Wednesday afternoon, SU’s Department of Public Safety has posted on its website (http://publicsafety.syr.edu) a composite sketch of the suspect. In addition, the news alert that appears below was sent via e-mail just before 6 p.m. today to all SU students, faculty and staff.
This follows a Campus Safety Alert about the incident that was circulated Wednesday afternoon via e-mail and fliers.
SU NEWS ALERT: Sketch Released of Suspect in Wednesday Assault
The Syracuse Police Department Abused Persons Unit has prepared a sketch of the suspect in Wednesday afternoon’s sexual assault of a female SU graduate student in a residential garage along the 300 block of Stratford Street, described in a Campus Safety Alert issued Wednesday.
To view the sketch, see http://publicsafety.syr.edu/072606-suspect%20info.htm
If you know this individual or have knowledge of this incident, please contact SU’s Department of Public Safety at 443-2224 or the Syracuse Police Department Criminal Investigation Division at 442-5222.
– Department of Public Safety
– 005 Sims Hall
– Phone: 443-2224
Anyone with knowledge of the suspect or the incident is asked to contact the Syracuse Police Department’s Criminal Investigation Division at 442-5222.