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Cougar on North Campus
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From: "U-M Department of Public Safety" <UM-Police@umich.edu>
To: cdzombak@umich.edu
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Subject: U-M DPS Security Bulletin - Suspicious animal sighted on North Campus
Date: Thu, 22 Mar 2012 13:56:11 -0400
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To all University of Michigan-Ann Arbor students, faculty and staff:
Today (8:30am) DPS received a report of a sighting on North Campus of a suspicious animal, described as a possible cougar, near Hubbard Road between Green Road and Stone Drive. Police officers and housing security personnel searched the area but did not find a suspicious animal.
Please take extra precautions if you are in this area, especially with young children and bicyclists. If you observe a suspicious animal, immediately contact University Police at 911 or (734) 763-1131.
University of Michigan
Department of Public Safety
www.police.umich.edu
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TO: all University of Michigan-Ann Arbor students, faculty and staff:<br><br>
Today (8:30am) DPS received a report of a sighting on North Campus of a suspicious animal, described as a possible cougar, near Hubbard Road between Green Road and Stone Drive. Police officers and housing security personnel searched the area but did not find a suspicious animal.
<br><br>
Please take extra precautions if you are in this area, especially with young children and bicyclists. If you observe a suspicious animal, immediately contact University Police at 911 or (734) 763-1131.
<br><br>
<b>University of Michigan<br>
Department of Public Safety<br></b>
http://www.police.umich.edu
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