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Police locate stolen vehicle, still asking for help to identify two individuals of interest

COLUMBIA, Mo. (KMIZ)

UPDATE:

According to MUPD, the stolen Nissan Sentra has been located. It was found on a residential street in Columbia.

ORIGINAL:

The University of Missouri Police Department is asking for the public's help to identify two suspects in an alleged carjacking early Saturday morning.

The University of Missouri sent out an alert just after midnight on Saturday after a carjacking involving a gun.

The incident happened in the Hitt Street Parking Garage. According to Twitter, the university says the car involved was a 2014 silver Nissan Sentra with Illinois plates.

A press release from MUPD said the victim was an MU student. The student reported two individuals took the car.

Police release a photo from video captured in the area of two people they believe to be suspects.

Suspects in 4-24 Carjacking
Suspects in 4-24 Carjacking
https://twitter.com/MUalert/status/1385833544967131136

About 40 minutes after the original alert went out, the University sent out an all clear, saying there was no longer a threat to campus. Police are still investigating the situation, according to the tweet.

https://twitter.com/MUalert/status/1385835885552361474

ABC17 News has reached out to both the Columbia Police and MUPD for more infromation.

Anyone with information is asked to call the MU police department at 573-882-7202.

This is a developing story. Check back for update as they come.

Columbia / Crime / Top Stories / University of Missouri
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Connor Hirsch

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  1. The description put out to all CPD officers working downtown at the time of the car jacking was: “All officers, information, possible robbery with a gun from the area of Hitt Street parking garage…possible suspect description: black male, age 20 to 30 wearing sweatshirt and jeans, skinny; and a black female.” When asking for the public’s help finding a suspect, it always helps if the police give identifying characteristics that reduce the suspect down to about 3% of the population. Just happens that this 3% of the population is responsible for about 50% of the gun crime in this country, but who needs facts when we can just take guns away from law abiding people.

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