Several suspects are in police custody after investigations into recent crimes on the San Diego State University campus, school officials said Monday.
Four suspects were arrested for a September 8 robbery in one of the campus' parking structures. Additionally, two other suspects were arrested for a robbery on September 9.
The September 9 robbery involved a driver and a passenger who opened fire near a victim in a parking lot, according to SDSU Police Capt. Laime Secka.
Campus police are still searching for suspects from a violent robbery in one of the campus' bathrooms last month.
According to SDSU police, the alleged robbery attempt happened on Aug. 28 in the second-story bathroom at SDSU’s Love Library.
To address the concerns brought up over the recent incidents, the university is "leveraging all of the SDSU Police Department's resources to identify the individuals responsible while working to ensure a safe campus environment."