The CSU Police Department responded at 12:16 p.m. Friday to a report of a burglary in progress at the University Village.
The suspect, according to a release by the CSU Public Safety Team, was reporting to be in the home, having entered fro an unlocked door. He ran away from the area before police could apprehend him.
The suspect stole an undetermined amount of cash from inside the home. He was described as “probably a white male,” between 25 to 30 years old, wearing a white baseball cap, a maroon sweatshirt with a hoodie over the cap and blue jeans.
The subject was last seen leaving the 1600 block of West Plum, running eastbound. There are have reports of four other burglaries in the general area of the University Village, according to the CSU Public Safety Team’s website.
“Citizens are reminded to secure their homes before leaving and promptly report any suspicious incidents to police,” the website goes on to say.
The University Village has over 1,500 residents, and is described as an “academically supportive, family environment for students interested in living in an interactive community.”
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