SAN FRANCISCO (KTVU) - San Francisco police have released surveillance video of three suspects wanted in connection to an assault and robbery that happened last month on University of San Francisco’s campus last month.
Police say the suspects trespassed on a campus building on the 2400 block of Golden Gate Avenue on July 26. The three are suspected of stealing a laptop computer from Fromm Hall.
Then, two of the three suspects then entered the University Center Building where a female punched a male student in the face and an accomplice robs him of his backpack and cell phone. Then the woman is said to have punched a female victim in the nose and steals her cell phone.
At least one of the victims was said to have suffered a fractured nose before the suspects fled on foot on Fulton Street.
The suspects are described as:
Black female, 20 – 25 years old, 5’7”, heavy build, wearing a gray plaid hooded jacket, pants with the number “5” on the front left thigh area, black & white shoes and a backpack. She walks with a distinct pigeon toed gait.
Black male, 20 – 25 years old, 6’, thin build, two tone blue sweater, jeans, a Nike watch cap with “swoosh” on the front, wearing a dark backpack with orange stripes.
Black male, 30 – 45 years old, 5’08”, medium build, white or light gray watch cap, long mustache, gray jacket with turned up collar and reflector on the left breast area, black design on the rear of the jacket and dark pants.
Anyone with information on this crime is asked to contact SFPD Park Station Investigations at (415) 242-3088, or the Anonymous Tip Line at (415) 575-4444, or Text A Tip to TIP411 and begin the text message with SFPD.