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A woman was attacked by a man Sunday night around 7 p.m. near Ed Landreth Hall off West Cantey Street on TCU’s campus, according to an email sent out to TCU students by campus police.
According to the email, a man demanded the woman hand over her cell phone. The woman said she refused and the man struck her with a hard object in the back of the head four times and threatened to shoot her.
She said she bit the man and was able to run inside Ed Landreth Hall and call the police, according to the email. The suspect was last seen running north on Wabash Avenue.
TCU police sgt. Kelly Ham said they have video of the suspect running north on Wabash avenue however the video is not clear enough to identify the suspect.
TCU police sgt. Kelly Ham said they have video of the suspect running north on Wabash avenue however the video is not clear enough to identify the suspect.

TCU police Sgt. Kelly Ham said the woman was treated for injuries on the scene by the Fort Worth Fire Department and Medstar paramedics.
Ham also said that the TCU and Fort Worth Police Departments extensively searched the surrounding neighborhoods following the incident. He added the TCU Police will post extra security in the area.
The email described the suspect as a clean shaven, Hispanic male between 19-22 years of age, 5’8″, 175 pounds with dark medium length hair.  He was last seen wearing a black t-shirt with a bright colored design on the front and black basketball type shorts.
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