Home Invasion on S Street; Burglaries on 33rd Street

Here are two reports from the Department of Public Safety at Georgetown University:

On Saturday, May 7, at approximately 1:35am, DPS responded at the request of the Metropolitan Police Department, which reported that at approximately 1 a.m. a home invasion robbery occurred at a residence in the 3500 block of S Street NW, a group home comprised of both Georgetown students and non-students. Three suspects, at least one of whom was armed with a handgun, entered the home looking for a non-student who was not in the residence. The suspects ransacked the home and left with three laptops and other electronic devices, escaping in an unknown direction. MPD responded and searched the area with negative results. MPD detectives will continue to investigate the incident.

On Wednesday, May 4, at 7:56pm, a Georgetown University staff member reported to DPS investigators that two residences in the 1300 block of 33rd Street had been burglarized the day before on Tuesday, May 3, at 10:30 am. In the first residence, entry was made through an unlocked door. Three laptop computers, an MP3 player and jewelry were taken. In the second residence, the screen was cut, but no property appeared to have been removed. A witness made contact with a possible suspect who was leaving the residence. MPD responded and canvassed the area with negative results. The case will be handled by MPD detectives.

Anyone with information regarding this or any other incidents, or who noticed any suspects before or after the incidents, please call 202-687-4343.

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