Suspected car involved with aggravated assault near UNLV campus. (UNLV)

Suspected car involved with aggravated assault near UNLV campus. (UNLV)

LAS VEGAS (FOX5) -- UNLV police said three female students were approached by a man with a gun Thursday morning.

UNLV police said the incident happened around 11:30 a.m. Nov. 19 in the area of the Bank of America on Maryland Parkway southeast of the UNLV campus. Three UNLV students said a man approached them in a white Nissan Sentra asking for their phone numbers. The women said the man displayed and pointed a gun toward them, UNLV police said.

The suspect was described as a Black male wearing a blue Detroit hat and a black jacket. He was driving a white Nissan Sentra with unknown plates and was last seen leaving the area in his car on Maryland Parkway.

Anyone with information about the incident or suspect is asked to contact UNLV police at 702-895-3668 or online at updsouth.nevada.edu.

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(5) comments

facevalue

Too bad the police didn't shoot him. We could have had another BLM hero to riot over..

Mediumjeep

Mo dat hood rat criminal situation in the works! If it was a single person,could have been an uglier story !

43789873

Sound like a redneck

TruthBOMB

"The suspect was described as a Black male wearing a blue Detroit hat and a black jacket. He was driving a white Nissan Sentra with unknown plates"

-Could I venture that the windows were tinted with smoke billowing out behind the gun? Stereotypes... they're a great time-saver.

43789873

Whitey leads in stereotypes and there not good ones

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