BREAKING NEWS: CS office investigating suspicious man on campus
by Melissa Kozer
edited by Meghan Graf
The campus safety office was having a fairly quiet day until Officer Bill Skinner received a call concerning a suspicious person on campus.
A man claiming to be a doctor from another campus was witnessed rummaging through a desk in a campus employee’s private office. The employee confronted the stranger, who quickly fled the scene. Campus safety was immediately called to begin searching for the suspicious person.
However, the search was interrupted by a call from an athletic trainer to the dispatcher. A male basketball player was injured at the field house with a possible spinal cord injury. Rindge ambulance and the Franklin Pierce EMTs were called to the scene.
Within 15 minutes the Rindge EMTs arrived and transported the subject safely to Monadnock Community Hospital.
After the medical emergency was addressed, Officer Skinner returned to his search for the suspicious man seen on campus. He described the man as a 6 foot tall slender white male at approximately sixty years old. He was wearing an off-white jacket and a baseball cap. Rindge police have been contacted to make the community aware of the man’s presence, and although the man poses no immediate threat to the safety of the campus, Officer Skinner and the rest of the CS officers will continue their search until they are positive the unidentified man is no longer an issue.
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