UCPD is investigating a hot prowl burglary that occurred at a UCLA student’s off-campus residence Tuesday night.
This article contains descriptions of lewd conduct.
University police are looking for a suspect who allegedly inappropriately exposed himself to a female student on campus Monday afternoon.
University police are looking for a suspect who reportedly broke into a UCLA student’s off-campus residence Tuesday night.
The incident occurred on the 600 block of Gayley Avenue at around 10:00 p.m., according to a UCPD crime alert sent Wednesday.
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University police are looking for a suspect who allegedly attempted to break into a university apartment Tuesday morning.
The incident occurred on the 800 block of Weyburn Terrace Apartments, a graduate housing facility, at around 5:00 a.m., according to a UCPD crime alert sent Tuesday.
University police are looking for suspects involved in a hot prowl burglary and an attempted hot prowl burglary.
The attempted hot prowl burglary occurred on the 3100 block of Sepulveda Boulevard on Friday, while the hot prowl burglary occurred on the 500 block of Landair Avenue on Sunday, according to a UCPD crime alert sent Monday.
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