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PUBLIC SAFETY ALERT - Robbery

A robbery was reported in the 1400 block of Wells Street, inside Kampus Foods at approximately 5:10 p.m.

The victim, who is not Marquette affiliated, reported that three black males entered the store, and one displayed a weapon and demanded cash. The men fled northbound in a four -door silver car. Nobody was physically injured.

The victim said all three men are in their early 20’s with slender builds. If you see anyone matching these descriptions, please contact DPS immediately at 288-1911.

DESCRIPTION of Suspect #1:

Sex----------------- Male
Race---------------- Black
Clothes------------- White and blue nylon jacket, dark pants, dark shoes
Age----------------- Early 20’s
Complexion ------ None available
Hair---------------- None available
Hair Description— None available
Eyes---------------- None available

DESCRIPTION of Suspect #2:

Sex----------------- Male
Race---------------- Black
Age----------------- Early 20’s
Complexion ------ None available
Hair---------------- None available
Hair Description— None available
Eyes---------------- None available

DESCRIPTION of Suspect #3:

Sex----------------- Male
Race---------------- Black
Age----------------- Early 20’s
Complexion ------ None available
Hair---------------- None available
Hair Description— None available
Eyes---------------- None available

VEHICLE DESCRIPTION: (if applicable)

Color----- 4 door, silver car
Model----- None available
Year or Age ----- None available
License Plate----None available

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