At 10:10 p.m on Monday, a male UTSA student reported being robbed, having his wallet and wristwatch taken by a suspect with a “handgun in his waistband” in the BR1 parking lot of UTSA’s Main Campus.

In an emergency message sent out by the UTSA alert system, the suspect was described as being a “white male, 5’8, 30 years old, wearing a white shirt, dark pants and a ball cap, with a slim build.”

According to the 2014 Safety and Security Report provided by the UTSA Police Department, there were three robberies in 2011 and one in 2013 within the last four years. By 11:30 p.m., police sent out an alert stating, “Investigation continues and police have cleared the scene.”

UTSA PD advised students to “be aware of surroundings,” and requested that, “if you have any information regarding this case, please contact police immediately.”

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