Public Safety Announcement:
Weekend Georgetown Crimes
One Georgetown University student was sexually assaulted at 36th and N Streets at 2:15 a.m. on Sunday. They were physically injured after being beaten by the suspect who is described as an 18-22 year old white male standing 5-foot-11 to six feet tall with short brown hair, wearing a dark shirt and blue jeans.
Later that evening, 2 students were victims of an armed robbery at 9:30 p.m. at 33rd and N Streets. According to the Department of Public Safety, 2 men approached the students. One of the suspects pointed a two-tone, semiautomatic hand gun at the students and demanded money, while the other suspect searched the student’s pockets and took their wallets and cell phones. Both suspects fled the scene by foot towards Wisconsin Avenue.
The suspects were described as black males wearing dark clothing. The gun carrier was wearing a mask and stood at 5-foot-6 and the other suspect stood at six feet tall.
University officials are urging Georgetown students to not walk alone late at night. The Metropolitan Police Department is handling both incidents and currently investigating. The Department of Public Safety encourages anyone with any information to contact them at (202) 687- 4343.