At approximately 11:10pm on Saturday, July 17th, two black males robbed a male victim while he was sitting outside the Evans Library on the Texas A&M campus. One of the black males grabbed the victim's head and pushed it down while demanding his money. The other suspect searched through the victim's backpack and stole all the cash that he had stored in a pocket.
Afterwards, both robbers fled the scene on foot running toward the construction area on the east side of the Evans Library. The suspects are described as black males, each approximately 5'10" tall with medium build, and wearing dark colored hoodies.
Texas A&M University detectives advise that no witnesses have come forward and are hoping that someone would know something about the robbery or could have heard someone bragging about committing the crime.
Brazos County Crime Stoppers are asking for anyone that may know the identity of these thieves to call Brazos county crime stoppers at 775-TIPS. You do not give your name when you call Brazos County Crime Stoppers, you will be given a special coded number. The information you give will be shared with the appropriate law enforcement agency and if your information leads to an arrest or recovery in the case, you will be eligible for a cash reward of up to $1,000.
Help fight crime in your community by calling Brazos County Crime Stoppers today.
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