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 PUBLIC SAFETY ADVISORY

To keep you informed:

On today’s date at approximately 8:00 PM, a Peabody student was waiting for food from the Gallery Grill, located in the first block of West Centre St, when four teenagers walked by.  One of the teenagers then returned to the location and asked for $5.00, telling the student that he would hurt the student if the student did not comply.  The student only had $2.00, so the suspect asked the student to walk to a nearby 7-Eleven and withdraw cash from an ATM.  The student withdrew $15.00 and gave it to the suspect, who then left the store.  The student was not injured.

Suspect: Teenaged male, approximately 5’7”, with a possible neck tattoo, wearing a black hoodie, black pants and black tennis shoes.

Campus Security would like all Peabody affiliates to be aware of this incident and to take appropriate precautions as necessary.  Everyone is reminded to be aware of your surroundings at all times and to report any suspicious activity.  Walk in groups if possible.

Timely and accurate reporting is critical to crime prevention.  Everyone is reminded to contact Campus Security at 667-208-6608 or Baltimore City Police at 911 immediately to report any suspicious person(s) or activity.


Peabody Institute

Campus Security Department
667-208-6608

PUBLIC SAFETY ADVISORY

To keep you informed:

On today’s date at 10:30 PM, Baltimore Police informed Peabody Campus Security that a robbery took place at the 7-Eleven, located at 529 N. Charles St., at 3:24 PM.  A suspect pointed a black handgun at the clerk and took U.S. currency.  The suspect was last seen fleeing northbound on Calvert St.  There were no physical injuries.

Suspect: Male wearing a black coat and black sweatpants with a white stripe.

Campus Security would like all Peabody affiliates to be aware of this incident and to take appropriate precautions as necessary.  Everyone is reminded to be aware of your surroundings at all times and to report any suspicious activity.  Walk in groups if possible.

Timely and accurate reporting is critical to crime prevention.  Everyone is reminded to contact Campus Security at 667-208-6608 or Baltimore City Police at 911 immediately to report any suspicious person(s) or activity.