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UTA Police released photos of a white, four-door sedan they believe was involved in two robberies reported to have happened Wednesday night.
At about 12:40 a.m. today the UTA Police Department issued a crime alert after an aggravated robbery was said to have happened at 10:22 p.m. Tuesday at 1000 W. Fourth St., which is just south of Arbor Oaks apartments.
These reports are from the UTA Police Department’s Daily Crime and Activity Logs.
Between Sept. 5 and Sept. 16, seven vehicular burglaries were reported to the UTA Police Department. Of items stolen, students reported on two occasions that their parking decals had been stolen, according to the UTA daily police log.
In each of the four sexual assault reports made to UTA Police since Sept. 7, the reporting person knew the person they said assaulted them, university spokeswoman Kristin Sullivan said in an email on Sept. 18.
A female student made the third report of a sexual assault said to have happened at the Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity house since the fall semester began.