Police Search UC Berkeley Campus For Armed Robbery Suspect

BERKELEY (CBS SF) — University of California at Berkeley police have called off a search for an armed robbery suspect in and around a student dorm building Thursday evening after asking students to shelter in place, according to the department’s Twitter account.

At about 5:30 p.m., UC police advised students to shelter in place while they searched the area around the dorm, called Unit 1, at 2650 Durant Ave.

Police also searched the area around Bowditch Street, Channing Way, College Avenue and Durant Avenue.

No arrests were made, and police said the area was all clear around 6:15 p.m.

The suspect is still outstanding. He’s described as a Hispanic man between 20 and 30 years old, with a medium build and dark, close cropped hair.

He was wearing and a dark backpack and carrying a gun, police said.

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  1. I am sure most women who have been bent over by Hispanic men would also consider that a weapon. I mean with the likely hood of contracting AIDS from those brown sewer rats from Mexico and the thrusting ramming action with which they penetrate the ladies’ labia, it is worse than anything else.
    I encourage all of my lady friends to think before they spread their limber legs for any Hector, Paco, Juan or Chavez.

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