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ECU alert of armed 12-year-old "unfounded"

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GREENVILLE, N.C. -

An early morning ECU Alert, warning of an armed 12-year-old in the downtown area, is "unfounded" according to ECU Police.

The ECU Alert reported a 12-year-old black male wearing a camouflage shirt and tan shorts, possibly armed with two black handguns, last seen in the area of 4th and Davis Street, headed toward downtown Greenville.

The alert said the threat was unknown and warned to use caution in the area.

The ECU Alert website currently shows that there are no campus alerts at this time.

You are encouraged not to walk alone at night and remain aware of your surroundings at all times. Report any suspicious or criminal activity as soon as possible.

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