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Robbery - Armed

Robbery - Armed
robbery---armed
07/10/2019
An Armed Robbery (Car Jacking) was observed by a Johns Hopkins Security Officer which occurred at 1600 E. Monument Street at N. Caroline Street.

LOCATION:  1600 E. Monument Street @ N. Caroline Street                

DATE:  July 10, 2019

TIME:  2:25 AM

SUSPECT INFORMATION:  2 Unknown adult males (No further description)

NARRATIVE:

An Armed  Robbery (Car Jacking) was observed by a Johns Hopkins Security Officer which occurred at the location noted above. The security officer assigned to 1600 E. Monument Street immediately put out a description of the vehicle and had 911 notified. The victim a Non JH Affiliate was driving his vehicle  a red minivan when he stopped at location noted above one of the suspects exited the vehicle pointed an unknown weapon at the driver then pulled the driver out of the vehicle, struck the driver in the head with an unknown weapon and drove the vehicle north bound on N. Caroline street out of view. The victim was taken to John Hopkins Emergency Department by a Baltimore City medic for treatment of his injuries. Baltimore City Police responded an did an area canvass for the suspects and the vehicle which met with negative results

This incident is being actively investigated by the Baltimore Police Department. If you witnessed or have any information regarding this incident please contact the Baltimore Police Department Eastern District at 410-396-243 or Corporate Security Communications Office at 410-955-5585.

You can find additional information and outcomes of this or other crimes that occurred on our campus on our website.

SAFETY TIPS

All faculty, staff and students are reminded to remain alert and aware of their surroundings.

When walking, whenever possible walk in groups of two or more.

Utilize 24/7 escort and transportation services while on campus.

Should you find yourself the victim of a robbery, do not resist and do not pursue suspects.  Always remember to stay calm, listen and observe intently, surrender any requested property and report the crime as soon as possible. 

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