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Suspects in armed robbery at ENR2 wanted by UAPD

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Simon Asher and Simon Asher | The Daily Wildcat A UAPD officer patrols campus in their squad car on Tuesday, Sept. 6.

The University of Arizona Police Department asked for help identifying two men involved in an alleged armed robbery by issuing a UA Clery Timely Warning Notice on Jan. 31.  

UAPD responded to the alleged crime on 1064 E. Lowell Street, also known as the Environment and Natural Resources 2 Building, on Jan. 26 at 7:04 p.m.  

Police say the suspects were two Hispanic males, both about 16 to 22 years old. Both men had a thin build and were estimated to weigh about 140 pounds each.  

The men were wearing black backpacks and black bandanas covering their faces.  One was photographed wearing a maroon hoodie, and the other was wearing a black hoodie.  

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One man was holding a revolver, according to police.

The suspects fled south of the scene along Park Avenue by foot. Police circled the area but were unable to apprehend the suspects.

According to Police Sergeant Cindy Spasoff, no further information regarding the crime can be released until the investigation is over.

Spasoff and Chief of Police Brian Seastone are asking for anyone who has information on the suspects to contact UAPD at (520) 621-8273.


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