Media Relaese 9-2014 | University of Missouri Police Department

MEDIA RELEASE -- Sept. 16, 2014

Contact: Captain B. Weimer
Office (573) 882-5923
Cellular (573) 999-1979

Information on Clery Release Sent to Campus:

Please see the following Clery Release sent to campus. I have no further information on these incidents.

CLERY RELEASE -- Sept. 16, 2014

Information on rapes reported to MU Title IX Office:

On Sept. 16, officials from the University of Missouri's Title IX office reported the following rapes to the University Police Department (MUPD). Title IX officials worked with the female victims to gather information on the rapes.

Report 1:

Victim 1 reported to the Title IX investigator that an unknown male raped her between 1 and 1:30 a.m. Sunday, Sept. 14, near the 400 Block of South College. At this time, the victim has identified the suspect as a white male with brown hair.


No additional information or details are available at this time, and the victim is working with the Columbia Police Department.


Report 2:


Victim 2 reported to the Title IX investigator that an unknown male raped her during the evening of Saturday, Sept. 13, at a residence off of Anthony Street. At this time, the victim has identified the suspect only as a male.


No additional information or details are available at this time.

This information is provided to the community in an effort to keep the community informed of crimes near campus. All victims of crime should report these incidents so they may receive assistance, counseling, and help with the incident.


MUPD has posted several documents, covering various safety topics, so you can review it and/or easily print the information to share with co-workers, friends, and family at: http://mupolice.missouri.edu/safetytips.php


Anyone with any information is requested to call CRIME STOPPERS at (573) 875-8477 or you can submit tips at 875tips.com. You do not have to give your name and may be eligible for a reward of up to $1500 if your information leads to an arrest.


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