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On May 4, 2017, at approximately 12:21 p.m., the University of Maryland Police Department was notified of an unlawful touching. Witnesses reported that a male was observed touching women in an inappropriate manner in the Stamp Student Union and Hornbake Library area. Officers responded to the area and located the male.  He was questioned and issued an immediate denial of access for the campus.  At this time, we are seeking additional witnesses or victims in order to proceed with criminal charges.

The individual involved is described as a black male with short black hair, brown eyes, facial hair (goatee with grey hair), and eyeglasses. He stands approximately 5’ 9” and weighs approximately 190 pounds. At the time of the incident, he was wearing a grey short sleeve polo shirt with a grey long sleeve underneath, a dark color under shirt, blue jeans and blue/black sneakers with white soles.

If anyone has information or came into contact with this male, please contact Det. Barnosky at 301-405-3555 or email at investigations@umpd.umd.edu .

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UMD Text Alerts 04/29/17

A UMD Text Alert was sent for an on-campus attempted robbery. For information about the text alert, visit https://alert.umd.edu/node/951 . The University of Maryland Police Department is conducting an investigation. Individuals with any information regarding this incident are encouraged to contact police at 301-405-3555.

A UMD Text Alert was sent for an off-campus attempted armed robbery. For information about the text alert, visit https://alert.umd.edu/node/952 . The Prince George's County Police Department is the primary reporting agency and is conducting the investigation.

A UMD Text Alert was sent for an on-campus armed robbery. For information about the text alert, visit https://alert.umd.edu/node/955 . The University of Maryland Police Department is conducting an investigation. Individuals with any information regarding this incident are encouraged to contact police at 301-405-3555.

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National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week 2017

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