Center for Jewish Living

October 8, 2015

Two Students Report Trespass at Jewish Living Center

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Cornell Police issued a crime alert following a report of trespassing early Thursday morning.

Two Cornell students, who live at the The Center for Jewish Living Residence at 106 West Ave., reported that at 5:15 a.m., a white male entered the room of two female victims and waited at the bottom of their beds until they woke up. When one of the victims sat up and confronted the trespasser, he said “sorry,” then fled.

The two victims reported that the trespasser was about 5 feet 7 inches tall and 150 pounds, with short light colored hair and a clean shaven appearance, according to police. They also described him as possibly in his early twenties, and that he was wearing a gray sweatshirt with the letters “CORNELL” written on the front.

Police said no property was missing from the victims’ rooms.