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Sunday, September 28, 2008

UALR crime report

Posted By on Sun, Sep 28, 2008 at 5:29 PM

An alert sent out by UALR this morning suggests a moral: If you have talking to do, best take it inside rather than in a parking lot along Fair Park at 1:50 a.m.

Aggravated Robbery

A male student and a male former student were in parking lot 12 talking and standing outside their vehicle at about 1:50 am this morning.   A dark colored (possibly green or blue)  mid-size sedan was traveling on Fair Park.  The sedan turned into lot 12  and pulled up by the victims.  A black male, mid to early 20's, approximately 6 feet tall, slender and wearing a red shirt with a red bandana covering the lower half of his face and extremely baggy blue jeans got out of the passenger seat and approached the victims with a semi-automatic hand gun.

The suspect ordered the victims into the victims' vehicle and the suspect got into the back seat.  He then ordered the victims to give him their valuables.  The victims complied.  The suspect then left the victims' vehicle and got back into the passenger seat of the vehicle he arrived in.  The vehicle was last seen traveling south on Fair Park.  The only available description of the driver is that he was a black male.  No one was injured.

Please contact UALR police at 569-3400 if you witnessed this incident or believe you have seen either of these suspects.

When you are in parking lots, be aware of your surroundings.  If someone approaches and asks for your money or property, give it to them.  Do not resist.  If you carry pepper spray, have it in your hand and ready to use.

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