AUSTIN (KXAN) - Fire alarms at several buildings on the University of Texas Austin campus started blaring in unison on Monday afternoon.
University police believe someone pulled the alarms because authorities were not able to find any type of emergency in the buildings after the buildings were evacuated.
Police said the perpetrator started pulling the alarms at eight different buildings around 3:30 p.m.
Witnesses told police they spotted a man pulling the alarm at at least one of the buildings.
Possible suspect description:
- White or Hispanic male in his 30s
- White t-shirt, dark shorts
- Approximately 6ft. tall and 180 lbs.
- Short black hair
- He had a religious necklace on
If you have any information, please contact the University of Texas Police at 512-471-4441.
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