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UNL police investigating early morning robbery

UNL police investigating early morning robbery

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By: Channel 8 Newsroom
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University Police are investigating a robbery from early Sunday morning.

UNL Police Sgt. Save Dibelka says an 18-year-old UNL student was assaulted and robbed around 2:40 a.m. near N. 16th and U streets. Officials say the victim was walking on 16th Street when he was approached by three males. The suspects punched the student and then stole his wallet.

Witnesses told police the men got into a charcoal or green Mustang at 16th and S streets and left southbound from that area. All stolen items were recovered. The investigation is ongoing.

Police say the victim suffered minor injuries and refused medical attention.

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