Concordia responds to off-campus break in

An unknown male entered an off-campus residence across the street from Concordia College early Thursday morning.
The intruder has not been identified, but an investigation is still underway, said Lt. Tory Jacobson, public information officer for the Moorhead Police Department.
Bill MacDonald, public safety officer for Concordia, said the police are trying to come up with a good description of the suspect.
“[The suspect] appeared to be an intoxicated male,” MacDonald said. “They are still not sure if it was intentional or not.”
In the meantime, campus security has added a third officer and an additional vehicle for Safe Walk requests in the coming days. MacDonald said campus security will now take requests up to six or seven blocks from campus.
“We’ve had a flurry of activity in the last couple of weeks,” MacDonald said. “We want people to lock their doors, use Safe Walk, and park in well-lit areas.”
Safe Walks can be requested at 218-299-3123.
For more information about the break-in, read the Feb. 17 issue of The Concordian.


Kelsy Johnson

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