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Update: Review Sketches of On-Campus Robbery Suspect
An Armed Robbery Took Place at Foothill Monday, Nov. 19
Police Have Released Suspect Sketches; Review Sketches at
November 20, 2012
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UPDATE: Police have released Two sketches of one man suspected of robbing two Foothill students as they walked across the footbridge near the campus center yesterday morning are now available online for you to review at The sketches were created by law enforcement personnel and based are on information from witness interviews. Law enforcement officials believe there is no current threat to the campus. BACKGROUND: An armed robbery occurred at Foothill College Monday, Nov. 19, at approximately 9 a.m. No one was injured. Stolen were two black backpacks. The campus was not on lockdown following the incident. Classes remained in session and continued to meet Monday morning, afternoon and evening. Foothill-De Anza Police, Santa Clara County Sheriff deputies and other local law enforcement were on campus and responded to the situation. UPDATED SUSPECT DESCRIPTION: The suspect is a Black male adult, 18-20 years old, 5'6" tall, weighing 160-180 pounds, slender build, medium-light complexion, no facial hair or noticeable tattoos or jewelry. The suspect was wearing a black-zippered hooded sweatshirt, with the hood up. The suspect was armed. The suspect was last seen running up from the footbridge onto campus after the robbery occurred and he was not located after a search of the campus. Law enforcement officials believe there is no current threat to the campus. Any information you may have about this crime, call the Foothill-De Anza Community College District Police at (408) 924-8000. If you see something suspicious, call 911 immediately. As always, be aware of your surroundings. For updates, review

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