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District Crime Alerts
Timely Warning Crime Bulletin:
Off Campus Incident
Battery, Brandishing a Weapon, and Attempt Armed Robbery
Incident: Monday, November 20th, 2023
Time: Approximately 1:15pm
Location: Off Campus: South Side of Ocean Ave. near the 280 Overpass
Victim: CCSF Student
Injuries: Minor Facial Swelling
Loss: No Property Loss
Suspect #1: Adult male, approx. 5’09”, approx. 19 yrs. Old, med. build, sharp lower jawline, wearing a sky-blue hoodie.
Weapon Brandished: Black handgun with matte finished grips
Suspect #2: Adult male, teal/grayish green eyes, 5’09”, approx. 19 years old, medium length curly hair
On 11/20/23 at approximately 1:15pm, a CCSF student walked off campus and crossed the street at Ocean Ave. and Howth toward Lick Wilmerding High School. The student continued walking eastbound on the south side of Ocean Ave toward the BART station. As the student began to cross the 280-overpass section, he was approached by two suspects.
Suspect #1 brandished a black handgun toward the victim and demanded his cellular phone. During this time, Suspect #2 provided cover while Suspect #1 placed the handgun in the front pocket of his hoodie and pushed the handgun against the victim’s stomach.
Suspect #2 punched the victim on the side of the victim’s head. The victim stumbled onto Ocean Ave. and eluded the suspects by running across Ocean Ave.
If anyone has additional information about this incident, please contact Officer Kaung at (415) 239-3200 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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