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PUBLIC SAFETY ALERT – Tuesday, October 1, 2013

An attempted robbery took place near the 1600 block of Wisconsin Ave., at 11:50 a.m. on Oct. 1. The victim, a Marquette student, reported that two black males approached her and attempted to forcibly remove her wallet and cell phone from her hand, striking her in the chest and hand. The victim was not physically injured and declined medical attention. No weapon was displayed or implied. The suspects fled on foot, heading north on 17th Street from Wisconsin Ave. They did not obtain any property. The initial text alert indicated the incident took place near Wells St., but the victim clarified the location.

If you see anyone matching this description, please contact the Department of Public Safetyimmediately at 414-288-1911.

DESCRIPTION of Suspect 1:

Sex------------------ Male
Race---------------- Black
Age----------------- Late teens, early 20s
Height-------------- 5'7"
Weight------------- Slim build
Clothes------------- Dark shirt, possibly with stripes. Blue jeans with dark stitching on the back pockets.
Complexion ------- Dark
Hair---------------- Short bushy style
Eyes---------------- None available

DESCRIPTION of Suspect 2:

Sex----------------- Male
Race--------------- Black
Age---------------- Late teens, early 20s
Height------------- 5'7"
Weight------------ Slim build
Clothes------------ Dark shirt and jeans
Complexion ------ Dark
Hair---------------- None available
Eyes--------------- None available

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