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The Indiana University Police Department-Northwest responded to a robbery about 2:05 p.m. today, Jan. 15, 2015, at 35th Avenue and Jackson Street just west of campus. Three male subjects approached a woman, knocked her to the ground and robbed her. One subject, who was armed, was taken into custody by IUPD-NW. Two other subjects are still at large. It is unknown if they are armed. The subjects
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The Indiana University Kokomo Police Department’s newest tool to keep students safe has two wheels and relies on pedal power. Students soon will see officers patrolling the campus on Trek police mountain bikes, wearing police uniforms specifically designed for bicycling.
A student’s rear car window was shattered by a gunshot Monday afternoon. The student reported the incident to the Indiana University Police Department - Northwest at about 2:10 p.m. Monday. Police discovered a single bullet at the site of the incident in Lot 1 on the north side of the campus near 33rd Avenue. Based on the trajectory of the bullet, believe the projectile came from off campus.

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