CUPD has found a dead body in Libby Hall on campus this evening.
A CU-Boulder police car sits outside Libby Hall Tuesday night after a body was discovered. (Ryan Tibbitts/CU Independent)
A tweet was sent out by CUPD around 9 p.m. that stated: “CU
#Boulder police investigating death in Libby Hall. Call at 8:28 pm. We don’t believe there’s an ongoing danger to campus.”
According to a CUPD news release, CUPD did recieve a report of a death at Libby Hall.
“A deceased male was found in a residence hall room,” the release stated.
Spokesperson Ryan Huff said this death poses no threat to campus.
“The federal Clery Act requires us to alert CU affiliates when we believe there is an ongoing danger to the campus,” Huff said. “We don’t believe there’s a threat to campus.”
CUPD detectives and the Boulder County Coroner’s Office are investigating the death.
More information will be posted as it becomes available.
Contact CU Independent Editor-In-Chief Isa Jones at Alexandra.email@example.com.
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