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SFPD Seeks Suspects Who Punched, Robbed Students On USF Campus

SFPD Seeks Suspects Who Punched, Robbed Students On USF Campus
Photo: Camden Avery/Hoodline
By Camden Avery - Published on August 26, 2016.

The San Francisco Police Department is seeking help in identifying three suspects who entered Fromm Hall at the University of San Francisco, punched two students in the face, and stole a laptop, cell phone, and backpack late last month.

The incident, which occurred around 9am on Tuesday, July 26th, was captured on university security cameras, the footage of which is included below. According to the police report, the three suspects "are suspected of stealing a laptop computer from Fromm Hall. Two of the three suspects then entered the University Center Building where they punched two students in the face and robbed them of a backpack and cell phone. The group fled on foot onto eastbound Fulton Street."

According to the report, one of the victims suffered a broken nose.

Video #1 shows the three suspects roaming the halls of a USF building. | VIDEO VIA SFPD
Video #2 shows the female suspect and suspect #2 entering University Center Building. The female punches a victim in the face causing the victim to drop his backpack. | Video via SFPD

The suspects are described by SFPD as:

  • A 20- to 25-year-old black woman with a heavy build and pigeon-toed walk, who was dressed in a gray plaid hooded jacket, pants with the number “5” on the front left thigh, black and white shoes and a backpack
  • A 20- to 25-year-old, six-foot-tall black man dressed in a two-tone blue sweater, jeans, a Nike cap with “swoosh” on the front, and a dark backpack with orange stripes
  • A 30- to 45-year-old black man standing 5'8" with a long mustache, wearing a white or light gray cap, gray jacket with turned-up collar and reflector on the left breast area, black design on the rear of the jacket and dark pants.

The SFPD asks anyone with information about the suspects or the crime to call Park Station at (415) 242-3088 or the anonymous tip line at (415) 575-4444.