A Penn student who witnessed the incident said she was “livid there was no alert” sent out to the Penn community, especially because the man was let go by police.
“The guy that screws in the light bulb for the President of the University makes more than us, and we protect the whole university," said the Penn Police Association President.
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The Penn-affiliated individual exited their bathroom and discovered the suspect standing in their home.
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The incident prompted DPS to send out a UPenn Alert at 2:06 am which described it as a burglary.
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A spokesperson for the Philadelphia Police Department said the patient is in critical condition. PPD is continuing to investigate the incident.
The Division of Public Safety have sent nine safety alerts since the beginning of the summer.
The employee reported being approached by two suspects who took her purse and ran away, according to a statement from DPS.
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The woman, who is not affiliated with Penn, was approached by a man in a multicolored shirt and dark shorts, who pulled a gun out and demanded she give him her bag.
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The student called 911, prompting DPS to send a UPennAlert to the university community at 8 p.m. and a subsequent all-clear message at 8:23 p.m.
At approximately 1:13 p.m., the Division of Public Safety released its third safety alert in the past three days.
The area was declared "all-clear" around 4:25 p.m., according to a follow-up alert sent by the Division of Public Safety.
The alleged perpetrator, described by the Division of Public Safety as a lightly-complected black man with curly hair in dark pants and a purple shirt, used a "simulated weapon" to rob someone unaffiliated with Penn.
A safety alert said DPS "has created a Task Force with Penn Police, Philadelphia Police and Allied Universal to identify and apprehend this individual" responsible for the burglaries.
"If a resident reports their laundry stolen, we encourage them to file a police report. The reality in most cases is that another student is responsible for the missing laundry, whether maliciously or accidentally,” Director of Residential Services John Eckman said in an emailed statement.