University Police were notified of an armed robbery Saturday morning, when three USF students reported being approached by two subjects on 42nd Street and Fletcher Avenue, according to the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office.
Per the report, which was also emailed to students by the Dean of Students, the suspects demanded cellphones, jewelry and wallets from the students. The victims described the suspects as two heavyset Hispanic males who drove away in a red Toyota or Hyundai.
In an email sent Sunday evening, USF Dean of Students Michael Freeman requested that students immediately report any suspicious persons and activity to law enforcement.
— Staff report
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