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New details in 4/13 attempted sexual assault

The investigation into an attempted sexual assault on April 13 is ongoing. University police are pursuing leads in the case and ask that anyone who may have information that could help solve this crime call: 801-585-2677.
  • Police are looking for a 1998-2000 dark green, extended-cab Toyota Tacoma pick-up truck with a large truck-bed toolbox.
  • If you observe this vehicle, please note the plate number, if possible, and contact police immediately at 801-585-2677.
  • Police are also interested in speaking with anyone who may have been in the area of 500 South by Rice-Eccles Stadium around 12:30 a.m. on Saturday, April 13. Again, please notify campus police at 801-585-2677.

Please take the following precautions, especially while police continue to pursue leads in this case:

  • When walking across campus, travel in groups. If that is not possible and you plan to walk alone, please request a courtesy escort. This service is available 24/7 by calling 801-585-2677. It generally takes just seven minutes for an escort to arrive.
  • When walking, be alert and aware of your surroundings. Put electronic devices away and keep headphone volume low so you can hear what is happening around you. Report suspicious activity to 801-585-2677.
  • Stay on lighted pathways. If you notice dark areas or lights that are out, please email so the area can be addressed.
  • When traveling, let someone know when and where you’re going and when you will return.
    Additionally, the university’s Department of Public Safety continues to have increased numbers of police officers and security staff patrolling campus.

The website has comprehensive information about how to report incidents, where to get support, training and other resources available at the U.

See more images of the vehicle here.