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Attempted Robbery, Attempted Stabbing

Attempted Robbery, Attempted Stabbing
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08/04/2019
Johns Hopkins Security has been made aware of a attempted armed robbery/attempted stabbing near the East Baltimore campus.

CAMPUS:  East Baltimore

INCIDENT TYPE:  Attempted Armed Robbery / Attempted Stabbing

LOCATION:  400 Block of N. Castle St. at Jefferson St. (in alleyway)

DATE:  Sunday, August 4, 2019 at 5:50 a.m.

SUSPECT DESCRIPTION:  Male with a scruffy beard, wearing a white tank top, blue jeans and in his early 40's.

On the above date and time, the victim advised that he was on his way to a bus stop located on Fayette Street. As the victim approached an alley on Jefferson Street, the victim advised that the suspect approached him and demanded his belongings. The victim told the suspect that he is not going to rob the victim, and a struggle ensued.  The suspect tried to stab the victim during the struggle, but he was not successful, nor did the suspect succeed in robbing the victim. The suspect was last seen running eastbound on Jefferson from the scene. 

Corporate Security encourages anyone who is confronted by a robbery demand to comply with a suspect's demands and not actively resist.

The Baltimore Police Department is investigating this incident. If anyone has information, please call the Baltimore Police Eastern District at (410) 396-2433 or Security Communications at (410) 955-5585.

Additional information about crime on our campus may be found on our website.

 
 
 
 
 

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