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Security Advisory - Suspicious Person/Behavior

Security Advisory - Suspicious Person/Behavior
security-advisory---suspicious-personbehavior
03/07/2019
Security has been made aware of a suspicious person recently encountered by several employees walking in the 1800 block of E. Monument Street.

INCIDENT TYPE:  Suspicious Person/Behavior

LOCATION:  1800 block of East Monument Street (near the 1830 Building)

DATE:  Tuesday March 5, 2019

TIME:  2:25 PM

SUSPECT INFORMATION:  African American Male; Age Between Mid-30's to Early-40's; Wearing a blue jean jacket with palm tree designs on the back of the jacket and both sleeves of the jacket, a tan knit hat, a blue T-shirt with the word Champion on it (a sports logo), tan pants and dark sneakers/running shoes.

NARRATIVE:

The above described person approached three different female employees and walked beside them as they walked along Monument Street between Rutland Avenue and Wolfe Street yesterday afternoon. The person attempted to engage the women in a conversation of a sexual nature. The person did not touch or assault the women, and none were injured.    

This incident is being reported by Corporate Security to the Baltimore Police Department. If you witnessed or have any information regarding this incident, please contact the Baltimore Police Department Eastern District at 410-396-2433 (Southeastern 2422) 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.
  • When entering any campus building, please make sure that no one “piggybacks” into the building with you.
  • If you notice someone unauthorized enter a campus building, notify Security immediately.
  • 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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