BREAKING: UCSD Student Attacked on Campus

BREAKING: UCSD Student Attacked on Campus

A UCSD student was stabbed in the neck at 7:16 p.m. Monday night near Center Hall, according to recent UCSD Police Department notifications.

The police notice described the stabbing suspect as a “white male in his ’50s, 5’8″, medium build,” possibly homeless, with “long dark hair covering his ears” and a “bushy white beard.” He was said to be wearing a “green sweater over gray and white camouflage shirt and pants, tan boots,” and “carrying a tan backpack.”

According to the notice, the suspect fled the scene after cutting the victim’s neck. Paramedics reportedly transported the victim to a nearby hospital to be treated for “non-life threatening injuries.”

The email instructed that witnesses should not engage with anyone suspected of being involved in the stabbing.

“UCSD police is looking for a stabbing suspect,” the alert read. “Do not contact the suspect, call 911.”

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