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LSSC warns of increasing number of crimes on Leesburg campus

Lake-Sumter State College is warning students and staff to be aware of criminal activities occurring on the Leesburg camps.

On May 18, a catalytic converter was reported stolen from a vehicle parked on campus overnight. On May 21, an attempt to steal a vehicle parked nearby campus was reported.

“Everyone is reminded to secure their valuables out of sight, lock their vehicles when parked, and immediately report any suspicious activity to Campus Safety. Parking of personal vehicles on campus overnight is discouraged, but if you do need to leave a vehicle overnight, please notify Campus Safety,” the college administration announced in a statement.

Additional safety resources are available from the Campus Safety team. Download the Lake-Sumter Safe app for quick access to safety resources and Campus Safety contact information.

This community alert, also known as a timely warning, has been issued in accordance with the Clery Act to notify the campus community of certain crimes and aid in the prevention of similar crimes.

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