CLEVELAND - Cleveland State University officials are warning students after a student says he was assaulted.
The incident happened at about 2 p.m. on Thursday when three teens took a student’s book bag, Cleveland State said. The suspects then crossed through Central Cadillac and headed near East 28th Street.
The three suspects were in their mid-teens, and all were wearing plain black and white shirts.
Students can call 216-687-2020 for Cleveland State’s safety escort service. The university also said students should walk with a friend, and avoid texting or talking on the phone while walking on campus.
Anyone with information about the incident should call campus police at 216-687-2020.
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