2 USF students attacked on campus, suspects remain at large

University of San Francisco officials say two students were assaulted and robbed on campus earlier this week and the suspects remain at large.

KNTV reports the incident occurred Tuesday at the University Center when the suspects punched the students in the face and stole their belongings.

Emergency crews treated the victims for bloody noses.

USF police say two men and a woman entered the center, where students were studying. One of the men acted as a lookout while the woman attacked the two students, the station reported.

Kevin Dillon of the USF Department of Public Safety called the attack “very random.”

Police say the suspects also stole a laptop from another building before the attack. No arrests have been made.

The university says the three were captured on surveillance video that’s been handed over to the police.


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