Texas Tech Police
CAMPUS CRIME ALERT NOTIFICATION
TTPD CASE # 16-0308
At approximately 7:28 PM on Sunday, February 21, 2016 the Texas Tech Police Department received a 911 call and dispatched officers to investigate an Aggravated Robbery. A female student reported she was approached in a parking lot on the east side of Horn Hall by a black male armed with a handgun. The male demanded that she exit and give him her vehicle. The victim began screaming and hit the male in the head with her hand. The male took the female's purse and car keys and ran to a vehicle which was occupied by three additional black males. The suspect vehicle then left the area and was last seen traveling north bound.
The Lubbock Police Department was notified as the suspect vehicle was believed to have left the campus.
Black male, armed with handgun, wearing a hoodie Three additional black males, unknown further description
Vehicle: Blue Cavalier 4 Door / Non-Tinted windows FOLLOW UP INFORMATION
The Texas Tech Police Department issued a TechALERT to all members of the campus community.
A second female student then contacted the police department to report she was walking outside of Gordon Hall at approximately 6:30PM when a vehicle matching the suspect description stopped in front of her. The vehicle was being driven by a black male. A black male passenger exited the vehicle and told her to get in the car. After she refused and hurried from the area the male passenger re-entered the vehicle and it drove away.
The Texas Tech Police Department and the Lubbock Police Department continue to investigate.
Persons who may have witnessed activity related to this incident are encouraged to contact the Texas Tech Police Department at 806-742-3931, the Lubbock Police Department at 806-775-2865, or Crime Line at 806-741-1000.
The Texas Tech Police Department cannot currently confirm there is a continuing threat to the campus community. However, campus residents are encouraged to remain vigilant of their surroundings and to immediately report suspicious activity by utilizing emergency blue phones, calling 9-911 from campus landlines, 911 from cellular phones, or for non-emergencies by calling 806-742-3931 or 806-743-2000.