OFF-CAMPUS INCIDENT: Assist Outside Agency - Attempted Aggravated Robbery (24th and Guadalupe)

Date Occurred
24th and Guadalupe Street

Around 3:45 p.m., on Wednesday, November 30, 2022, three people (UT-affiliated) advised they were walking near 24th and Guadalupe Street when a man approached them and demanded money. When they walked away from the man, the victims realized he was armed with a knife and were able to safely get away from the suspect. The victims were not physically harmed during the incident / no injuries were reported.

The victims contacted UTPD around 4:35 p.m. and officers immediately responded to search the area, but were unable to locate a suspect matching the description. No other reports have been made involving this suspect and it is believed to be an isolated incident at this time. 

Suspect Description:

- White male 

- Gray hair 

- Short beard / 5 'o clock shadow

He was last seen wearing: 

- Gray hoodie

- Black sweatpants 

Contact the Austin Police Department by calling 3-1-1 if you have any information about this incident. UTPD officers took a police report and will be passing along this information to coordinate with APD for further investigation. 

Always call 9-1-1 for emergencies. Officers are here to assist. 


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Incident Notification - UTPD