UPennAlert

Attempted Theft

Update: All clear in the area of 4200 block of Chestnut Street. Police and Security are patrolling the area. You may resume normal activity. UPennAlert: Attempted theft in the 4200 block of Chestnut Street. Police on scene, use caution, avoid the area.

Penn Police responded to a report of an attempted theft in the 4200 block of Chestnut Street. Upon arrival, the complainant stated they were approached by the suspect who asked for her to give him her property. The suspect then fled south on 42nd Street towards Sansom Street. No physical injuries were reported by the complainant.

Update: All clear in the area of 4200 block of Chestnut Street. Police and Security are patrolling the area. You may resume normal activity.

UPennAlert: Attempted theft in the 4200 block of Chestnut Street. Police on scene, use caution, avoid the area.

Suspect is described as a dark complected Black male, tall, thin build, in his 30s, wearing all dark clothing.

Last seen heading south on 42nd Street near Sansom Street.

Police responding, use caution, avoid the area.

Additional police and security officers are in the area.

The Division of Public Safety will continue to ensure the highest level of safety and security for our community.

Please be sure to use the Walking and Riding Escorts available to you free of charge.

Additionally, if you have not done so, please take a moment to sign up for the UPennAlert Emergency Notification System as well as the Penn Guardian System which can help Police better find your location in an emergency.

UPennAlert Registration: Visit: www.publicsafety.upenn.edu/upennalert for information on how to register.

Penn Guardian: Visit: https://www.publicsafety.upenn.edu/safety-initiatives/pennguardian/ for information on the PennGuardian system.

Contact Information: Emergencies: 215/573-3333 or 511 (from any campus phone)

Special Services: 215/898-6600

Escort Services: Walking 215/898-WALK (9255)

Penn Transit Ride Service 215/898-RIDE (7433)

General Information: 215/898-7297

Emergencies 215-573-3333 / 511 (campus phone)
General Information 215-898-7297
Special Services 215-898-4481 (215-898-6600 off-hours)
HELP Line 215-898-HELP (4357)
DPS Headquarters 4040 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104
Walking Escort 215-898-WALK (9255)
Penn Transit Ride 215-898-RIDE (7433)

The Division of Public Safety will continue to ensure the highest level of safety and security for our community.

Please be sure to use the Walking Escort and Riding services available to you free of charge. Additionally, if you have not done so, please take a moment to update your cellphone information for the UPennAlert Emergency Notification System as well as the Penn Guardian App which can help Police better find your location when you call in an emergency.

06/18/2012

Penn Connects 2.0 in the News

 

The University of Pennsylvania is unveiling development proposals for 23 acres it purchased from the DuPont Co. — its biggest acquisition east of the Schuylkill — while continuing to grow the main campus in West Philadelphia with new buildings, more green space, and better linkages to Center City.
Penn bought for $13 million the former DuPont Marshall Laboratory at 34th Street and Grays Ferry Avenue in September 2010, and almost immediately relocated its transit operations there. On a surface lot where its buses and cars had parked at 32d and Walnut Streets, glass is now going up on an 80,000-square-foot nanotechnology center scheduled to open next year.”
and then “click on this link for the rest of the article….

The University of Pennsylvania is unveiling development proposals for 23 acres it purchased from the DuPont Co. — its biggest acquisition east of the Schuylkill — while continuing to grow the main campus in West Philadelphia with new buildings, more green space, and better linkages to Center City.

Penn bought for $13 million the former DuPont Marshall Laboratory at 34th Street and Grays Ferry Avenue in September 2010, and almost immediately relocated its transit operations there. On a surface lot where its buses and cars had parked at 32d and Walnut Streets, glass is now going up on an 80,000-square-foot nanotechnology center scheduled to open next year.”

Click on this link for the rest of the article…