October 25, 2014

Community Safety Advisory & Timely Notice from UMW Police

The following message is from the UMW Police: 

Early this morning, Thursday, January 17, University Housekeeping discovered a break-in of several faculty offices on the third floor in DuPont Hall Currently, the incident is under investigation by University Police and the Virginia State Police. Anyone with information regarding this incident should contact Sergeant Brad Sullivan with University Police at (540) 654-1025.

As a reminder to the University community, the Police Communications Center at Brent House is staffed 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Anyone observing suspicious activity or unsafe conditions should call the University Police immediately at (540) 654-1025, 4444 from a university phone or by pressing the call button from any exterior Blue Light Station.  Anonymous tips or information may be reported to the University Police by visiting the web page Silent Witness. For your safety, after-hour safety escorts are available by calling the Police Communications Center.

The following message is from the UMW Police: 

This morning, Thursday, January 17, the University Police Department was contacted by a student who noticed an object in the Marshall parking lot that appeared to be a weapon. After investigation, the police officer recovered what appeared to be a 38- or 357-caliber revolver. Upon further examination, the officer found that the revolver was replica that cannot be fired. The owner of this revolver or anyone with information should contact the Sergeant Brad Sullivan with University Police at (540) 654-1025.

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