SDSU STUDENTS ROBBED, ASSAULTED AT COLLEGE AVENUE

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September 12, 2013 (San Diego) – Campus police at San Diego State University have issued a crime alert bulletin to warn students about robbers who struck a victim in the head last night.   Around 10:25 p.m.,  four males approached two SDSU students in the patio area of the Senor Poncho’s Mexican Grill  at 5100 College Avenue.  Two suspects took the victim's cell phone and fled.  The victims gave chase.  One victim was able to get his cell phone from the suspect; the other victim was struck in the head while confronting the second suspect.

The suspects were last seen running south on College Avenue toward Cresita Drive. Both were described as college-age African-American males. One had a shaved head. The second suspect, who allegedly struck the victim, was wearing a white T-shirt and had dreadlocks hair. 

The San Diego Police Department is handling this case.  For further information about this case, please call 531-2000 and reference case # 13036589.

Anyone with information or questions should contact:

  • SDPD at 619-531-2000
  • You can remain anonymous by contacting Crime Stoppers at 619-235-8477
  • You can provide information by sending an e-mail to police@mail.sdsu.edu