Police find no one after report of suspicious person on campus

Police find no one after report of suspicious person on campus

CHAMPAIGN — University of Illinois police searched parts of campus Thursday morning after a report of a suspicious person on Gregory Drive between Fourth and Sixth Streets in Champaign.

University police, some with their weapons drawn, searched the area, including the Business Instructional Facility, 1206 S. Sixth St., according to campus spokeswoman Robin Kaler.

No one was found.

Thursday was the last day of final exams for students.

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Sid Saltfork wrote on December 20, 2012 at 12:12 pm

What constitutes a "suspicious person" on campus?  Drawn guns searching for a "supicious person" on campus?  What caused the suspicion?