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A man impersonating an Uber driver picked up two female TCU students early Sunday morning around 2 a.m. near the corner of Green Avenue and West Berry Street, according to an email sent to TCU faculty and staff.
The email says the driver convinced the students to get in his car after a previous order had been canceled. After the students got in the car, the man began to have “inappropriate conversations” with the students and attempted to hug one of the women as she exited the vehicle.
The email also says the man did not ask to be paid after the students asked the man to pull over, “leaving the females to conclude that he was not in fact an authorized Uber driver”.
The driver is described as a White or Hispanic male around 25 years old, 5’6, 160 pounds, and having shoulder length dark hair. The email said the man was wearing a black baseball cap and dark clothing at the time of the incident. The vehicle he was driving is described as a dark color, late model, 4 door sedan.
Suspicious activity can be reported to TCU police by calling 817-257-7777 or dialing 9-1-1 for emergencies.