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ROBBERY ON CAMPUS ***ARRESTED***

Posted on Wednesday, January 31st, 2018 by University Police under Archived.

SPARTAN ALERT (Jan 31, 2018 at 6:17 PM)

 There has been a robbery at Reynolds Hall. Emergency personnel are responding. Stay out of the area.

UPDATE (Jan 31, 2018 at 6:44 PM)

2 SUSPECTS (1) BLACK MALE MEDIUM LENGTH HAIR, BLACK BUBBLE COAT, KHAKI PANTS AND RED BOOKBAG WITH WHITE NIKE SWOOSH, ARMED BLUE;380 HANDGUN.(2) BLK MALE,WEARING GLASSES, KHAKI PANTS ARMED WITH A BLK HANDGUN LAST SEEN ON THE 7TH FLOOR OF REYNOLDS HALL

UPDATE (Jan 31, 2018 at 7:50 PM)

Police are still on the scene. They have confirmed identity of one suspect as Chandler Lee also known as Liu Chan. Picture of this suspect is attached to email alert or may be found at UNCG Police Facebook page. Both suspects are known to be armed. Investigation is ongoing. Please contact UNCG PD with any information.

FINAL NOTICE (Jan 31, 2018 at 8:35 PM)

UNCG PD has confirmed the suspect left the building at 6:36 pm. Suspect altered appearance, see photograph in email alert or at UNCG PD Facebook page. Suspects have been identified and the investigation is ongoing.

UPDATE FROM THE UNIVERSITY (Feb 23, 2018 at 2:30 PM)

Dear UNCG Campus Community,

As many of you know, an armed robbery occurred at Reynolds Hall on Jan. 31.  That incident has been the subject of a persistent, ongoing investigation involving UNCG Police and other law enforcement agencies across the region.  We can now report that the primary suspect in this crime has been apprehended and will be charged with the armed robbery on our campus as well as other unrelated charges.

Investigations and action associated with crimes like this one can sometimes take time.  It is important to understand that law enforcement agencies are vigilant and diligent in the ongoing effort to secure the safety of our community.  We thank them for their efforts.

For your safety, we encourage everyone in our community to take seriously the Spartan Alert emergency messages you may receive during an urgent situation and follow instructions completely; to report unusual behavior or situations; and to be mindful of your own personal security at all times.

We encourage everyone in our community to download the LiveSafe app on your smartphone so that you have access to both ongoing information and fast, easy contact with law enforcement and campus safety authorities. Download LiveSafe from the Apple App Store or on Google Play.

Thank you.