UK Issues Crime Bulletin

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Updated: 8/23/2012 7:05 pm
The University of Kentucky has issued another crime bulletin after a student was robbed Wednesday night.

According to police, a man approached a woman by the Johnson Recreation Center around 7 p.m. and stole her cell phone. The woman was unhurt in the incident.

Campus police say this is the third crime in the past three weeks. The first happened on August 6th near South Limestone and Washington Ave. when a young woman reported being sexually assaulted. The second happened on August 20th near the Newtown Crossing Apartments. A man reported being robbed at gunpoint. The third was on the cell phone burglary Wednesday. 

Police say they have increased patrols around campus. The university is asking students to walk in groups, and when alone to request a safecats escort.  
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