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Females Targeted in Two Incidents on University of Windsor Campus, Saturday, Sunday Mornings

Sunday November 27th, 2011, 6:43pm


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Location of the two incidents: Canterbury College (top), Alumni Hall (bottom)

Campus Community Police at the University of Windsor have posted two crime notices to the front doors of student residences on campus about two suspicious incidents that took place over the weekend.

At approximately 3:30am on Saturday, November 26th, 2011, a female student was walking south on Sunset Avenue from Wyandotte Street towards Alumni Hall when she noticed that she was being followed by an unknown male. She confronted the male and as she called 911 to seek assistance the male ran east through the Clark Residence toward Patricia Ave. The female was unharmed.

According to the notice, the male is described as: “Hispanic (speaks with an accent), approx. 21 years, 5’10”, skinny build, black curly hair just past the ears, possibly a goatee, wearing a dark blue button down shirt with stripes, blue jeans.”

The following morning, a second incident occurred on campus.

At approximately 2:00am on Sunday November 27th, 2011 a male was observed outside of a window near Canterbury College on Riverside Drive. The male was observed to have his pants down and appeared to be watching a female in one of the residences. The female yelled at him and he ran east on Riverside Drive.

The only description available at this time is that the male was in his late 30’s early 40’s, has some facial hair and was wearing a dark coat and clothing.

It is unknown at this time if the two incidents are related.

Anyone with any information is asked to contact Campus Community Police at 519-253-3000 ext. 1234.

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