Good evening. Many students, like the one you just heard from, share similar concerns, after police say 3 students were robbed at gunpoint over the weekend. Police posted those flyers around U-N-F's campus to keep students and staff on high alert. They say the incident happened yesterday at midnight, just outside campus, on Kernan Boulevard and First Coast Technology Parkway. Channel 4's Ashley Harding spoke to campus police and joins us now live from U-N-F. Ashley? 3 3 00-07 08-14 51-55 1:00- 1:05Crime alert fliers have gone up all over campus, and students are on high alert after the news of an armed robbery hit close to campus. "Campus seems really safe. But to have something like that happen, it makes you wonder, how safe are we?" "It is kind of freaky that a lady would go and hold up three students." TRACK Police say it happened here at Kernan and First Coast Technology Parkway early yesterday morning. They say three students were walking, when they approached by a woman with a gun, who demanded their money.The students complied and the woman took off running."UNF Police want to remind "UNF Police want to remind students that if there's trouble, students need to remember they can use these emergency call boxes which are all over the campus. They also want students to remember to lock their cars, and to be aware of their surroundings." TRACK Interim Chief Bill Strudel points out that in the last three years, the university has been dogged by false reports about robberies and in one case, a sexual battery. He says for now, there's no reason to believe this case isn't legitimate. And the department is pulling out all the stops. "We don't leave any stone unturned until we discover what happened or didn't happen. I don't want to discourage anybody, thinking you won't be believed if you have to report something." TRACK At this time, police don't have much of a description. They say the robber is white woman with blonde hair, about 5'3", and was seen wearing jeans and a green hoodie. Police are asking students to take the warnings seriously. "I feel like people need to be on guard and be careful." Ashley...is this a densely populated area or it somewhat isolated? If you have information about this robbery, you're asked to call University Police at 620-2800 or Crime Stoppers at 866-845-TIPS.