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Robbery on 113th St.

Last night at 11:40 p.m., a student was assaulted and robbed on 113th St. between Broadway and Riverside. Terry Martinez’s e-mail (below) includes details about where to send information if you know anything about this incident. Pictures are included in the security alert, available here.


Please review the attached security alert regarding a robbery that
occurred in the neighborhood last night. If you have any information
about this crime, you are asked to contact Det. Shannon, 26 Pct.
Detective Squad at 212-678-1318.

Please be mindful of your surroundings at all times and exercise
particular caution when walking alone or at night. Remember to utilize
the Columbia University Public Safety escort and shuttle service. The
telephone number is 212-854-SAFE (4-7233).

Public Safety may also be reached at any time by calling 212-854-5555

Terry Martinez
Dean of Community Development and Multicultural Affairs
Division of Student Affairs

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  • Thomas says:

    @Thomas Thanks, very helpful.

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous FTS!!!!!

  • COlumbia says:

    @COlumbia Students need to be aware of their surrondings…this is not your gated community people

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