SAN DIEGO – San Diego State University police said four young men accused of carrying out a weekend dormitory robbery were identified Monday.
All four suspects showed up to San Diego Police Department Monday morning alongside another adult, SDSU Lt. Randy Lawrence told FOX 5. They were in the process of interviewing the suspects.
Police did not release the names of the suspects, as three of the four were juveniles, the lieutenant said.
The thieves stole belongings from several students after being invited into a room at a residential building toward the east end of the campus about 12:30 a.m. Sunday, according to SDSU officials.
Before the robbers fled, one of them grabbed a victim’s hand and forced her to touch his groin, university police Capt. Josh Mays said.
A surveillance camera captured images of the bandits, who were described as black men — three of them thin and the other more heavyset — in their late teens. One was wearing a red plaid shirt, another had on a plain red shirt, a third was clad all in black, and the other wore a blue hooded sweatshirt, police said.