San Antonio College student has phone stolen at bus stop
SAC student waiting for bus on San Pedro at Courtland has phone stolen
A female student from San Antonio College had her phone stolen while waiting at a bus stop, SAC police officials said.
Around 3 p.m. on Monday, the student was waiting on San Pedro at Courtland and was approached by a stranger who asked to borrow her phone.
When the student asked for her phone back, she was allegedly pushed by the suspect.
The suspect then fled in what was described as a dark royal blue two-door sedan with a rounded dashboard and a crack in the stereo.
The student was not injured and no threats were made or weapons shown.
The suspect in the theft is described as a black female about 5 feet, 3 inches tall with a skinny build.
She was reported to be wearing a multicolored do-rag and black, open-toed slippers. Inside the car, was an unidentified black male and an unidentified black female.
Anyone with information should contact the Alamo Colleges Police Department at (210) 485-0099 and ask to speak to an assigned investigator to this case.
Alamo Colleges Police Department suggests to not lend your phone to strangers and to be aware of your surroundings.
Use the buddy system while walking and if needed you can request an Alamo Colleges Police safety escort at 495-0099. Any suspicious activity should be reported immediately to the Alamo Colleges Police.
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