Community Safety Alert- Robbery at ECC Campus
Please be on alert. On March 25, 2015, SDCCD Police Department received a report of a robbery that occurred at approximately 7:55 p.m., in classroom 82 at the ECC campus.
The robbery occurred as the victim was sitting in the classroom when suspect #1 approached her, hit her in the back and took her iPhone and fled. No weapons were seen. The victim had no visible injuries and is expected to be okay.
Suspect #1: Black male adult, wearing dark jeans and a light gray hoodie.
Suspect #2: Hispanic male adult, wearing jeans and a black hoodie.
Suspect #3: Hispanic male adult, wearing black jeans and hoodie, and carrying a backpack.
Be mindful of your surroundings and displaying your property;
If you are attacked, yell/scream for help to attract attention;
Do not resist suspect(s) who take your property. Property can be replaced, you cannot;
Remember to turn on the tracking option on your electronic devices in case they are stolen.
The San Diego Community College District Police Department’s mission is to maintain peace and order and a safe learning environment throughout our District. There are Emergency Call-Boxes in many classrooms, elevators and parking lots that provide a direct link to the San Diego Community College District Police Department. Safety escort services are available 24-hours a day, seven days a week. To arrange a safety escort call College Police at 619-388-6405.
If you have information about crimes which have occurred, or may occur on or near campus, you may report it by calling College Police at (619) 388-6405, the San Diego Police at (619) 531-2000 or Crime Stoppers at (888) 580-TIPS. Your cooperation is greatly appreciated.
Chief of Police