ANN ARBOR, MI – An informal in-person sale became an armed theft on the College of Michigan’s North Campus Sunday morning, police stated.
The male sufferer met the male suspect at 11:35 a.m., Nov. 15 at a parking zone close to the Northwood V pupil housing constructing, 2500 Stone Highway in Ann Arbor, stated UM’s Division of Public Security Companies.
The assembly was imagined to be a sale for a gaming console made public on the web, police stated. The sufferer approached a automobile when the suspect brandished his gun and demanded the console, police stated.
The suspect fled in an unknown route, police stated. No additional particulars have been instantly accessible. The case is beneath investigation.
When you’ve got any data, please contact the Division of Public Security & Safety by cellphone at (734) 763-1131 or the Confidential Tip Line 1-800-863-1355.
College students promoting or shopping for items can meet in a “Protected Trade Zone” established by UM police within the Campus Security Companies Constructing, 1239 Kipke Dr. Different steerage contains not exchanging private data, avoiding assembly at your home and bringing a good friend with you.
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