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Crime Alert – Armed Robbery at 6312 N. Winthrop

Loyola Community,

A Loyola student was a victim of an armed robbery that occurred on Friday, October 11, 2013 at approximately 4:05 a.m. at 6312 N. Winthrop.

The victim was walking southbound on Winthrop where he was stopped by two male offenders, one was armed with a silver revolver. After the offenders stole the victim’s personal property, including his wallet and phone, the offenders fled the scene southbound on Winthrop and were joined by another subject. All were last seen entering a silver or tan SUV that fled southbound from the area.

Description of offenders:

Offender #1- Male, dark complexion, 19-21 years-old, 5’-5”, 150 lbs., last seen wearing a gray hoodie and dark pants

Offender #2 – Male, dark complexion, 19-21 years-old, 5’-7”, 200 lbs., last seen wearing all dark clothing and armed with a silver revolver

Offender #3 – Male, fair complexion, brown hair, 19-21 years-old, last seen wearing all dark clothing

Other Safety Tips to Remember:

  • When walking alone, always stay alert and tuned into your surroundings; keep your eyes up and off of your phone, iPod, etc.
  • Walk or jog in well-lit areas, and stay away from alleys
  • Please refrain from listening to headphones/earphones or talking on the phone while out alone, as this minimizes your ability to hear an approaching threat and it also advertises to a would-be thief that you may have a desirable item to steal

For more safety tips from Campus Safety, click here.


Thomas K. Murray
Director of Campus Safety and Chief of Police

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