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Keyed-up Car

UNFPD investigated a suspicious incident outside of Osprey Cove on Mar. 2.

A female student felt uncomfortable staying in her dorm room after discovering scratch marks on the vehicle she uses. She later moved the vehicle and left campus for the evening.

She reported the incident to UNFPD the following morning.

The scratch marks were on the left and right sides of the car from the front quarter panel to the rear quarter panel. The report says they ranged from about one inch to about six inches long. Some were deeper than others, and the scratches seemed to have appeared recently.

The victim said she was acquaintances with a male student for a few days, and when he found out she had a boyfriend, he became upset. She said she received texts from him stating he was upset she wouldn’t see him anymore.

On Mar. 2 the victim was on her way to the library when she received a call from the male student. According to the report, he stated he was going to Osprey Cove and bringing several friends with him.

Upon returning to the vehicle she noticed the scratch marks.

The police report stated there is no evidence the male individual is involved. The case is not cleared, patrol efforts are suspended.

 

 

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