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December 13, 2013

APSU Police investigate armed robbery on campus

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Austin Peay State University Police are continuing their search for a suspect who used a knife in the commission in a robbery on Thursday morning in the parking lot of the Castle Heights housing complex.

According to a campus police report, the victim was getting into his car when he was grabbed by the shoulder and turned to see a suspect wielding a knife. After taking a GPS device, the suspect fled on foot toward West Avenue.

The suspect is a male, approximately six feet tall, 250 lbs, and wearing a ski mask and black shirt and pants.

The student was not injured in the robbery.

Clarksville Police have been notified of the crime but APSU Police are handling the investigation.

Anyone with information about the incident should contact the APSU Police Department at 931-221-7786.

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