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A student at CU Boulder woke up to a burglary with a weapon at 3 a.m.; the police are looking for the suspect

Boulder police are investigating after a University of Colorado student living off campus reported an armed burglary early Friday morning.

Boulder police are looking into a report of an armed burglary from a University of Colorado student who lives off campus, which happened early Friday morning.

As per Jamie Barker, a spokesperson for the police, the male student woke up at around 3 a.m. and saw an unknown man going through his things. The student chased the man out of the house.

The suspect yelled that he had a gun while fleeing the house, but the police couldn't confirm if it was true, as they didn't see a weapon.

The Boulder police got the first call at 3:08 a.m. and arrived at the 1000 block of Pleasant Street, near 10th Street and the West End District, shortly after.

The suspect, described as a 5-foot, 10-inch white man with a darker complexion, gray hoodie, and multi-color hat, has not been found. Boulder police detectives are searching for him.

CU Boulder issued a shelter-in-place near the house at 3:31 a.m., but the order was lifted at 4:19 a.m., according to university emergency alert records. university emergency alert records.

If anyone has information about the incident or the suspect, they should contact the Boulder police nonemergency line at 303-441-3333 or email Sgt. Patrick Meehan at [email protected]. Boulder police are looking into a report of an armed burglary from a University of Colorado student who lives off campus, which happened early Friday morning..

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