A safety alert remains in place on the University of Kentucky Campus.
A man living on campus told police he was robbed and kidnapped.
Now students living in the area are raising concerns about their safety.
A safety alert on UK's campus is prompted by another crime at the Greg Page Apartments.
"Scary knowing that someone could get into my apartment," says Amanda Ortt.
"This is really hitting close to home," says Shannon Payne.
Shannon Payne is a single mom and one of many students calling these apartments home.
"I don't know what to do at this point," she said. "I hope there is a lot more security."
Police say a Bluegrass Community Technical College student told them two armed men forced their way into his home, taking a laptop. Then, police say the men forced the student to take them to a bank to get cash.
"This makes me scared for people who are living here, " Ortt says.
"This isn't the first time an incident has happened here. A few weeks ago there was a shooting. Last summer, there was an attempted kidnapping," Payne explains.
Now many students are taking extra precautions, including locking their windows and doors.
Police say at this point in their investigation, they do have some persons of interest and are checking out the surveillance tape from the bank that may have been involved.
Suspect descriptions are as follows:
Suspect #1: Black male, 6’4” tall, medium complexion, thin build. He was last seen wearing a navy blue face mask, black zip-up hooded sweatshirt and light grey fleece pants. He was armed with a knife and last seen in the area of Parking Structure #2 and K-Lair Grill on Hilltop Avenue.
Suspect #2: Black male, 6’ tall, medium complexion, medium build, mustache. He was last seen wearing a black Carhart type jacket with a hood and black or dark-colored pants. He was armed with a miniature baseball bat and implied that he had a gun. He was last seen in the area of University Drive and Huguelet Avenue.
UK Police offer the following safety precautions:
• If you notice anything suspicious, go to the nearest phone and call 911.
• Make sure all doors and windows are locked.
• Always verify a visitor’s identity before opening your door.
• Carry a cell phone or other personal safety device.
• Always be aware of your surroundings and of the activities of people around you.
• Do not travel alone after dark; always walk with a friend or with a group.
• Request a FREE escort by calling the “Safe Cats” at 323-FREE (3733) or UK Police at 257-1616.
• Request taxi service through UK Genesis “Taxicats” at 381-1010.
• Park only in well lit areas.
• Turn over any requested items (purse, wallet, etc).
• Make statements with authority -- BACK-OFF! STOP! NO-WAY! Never comply with being moved to another location, FIGHT BACK!
Anyone with information can call the University of Kentucky Police Department at 859-257-1616 or #UKPD (#8573) from a cell phone.