470 photos of possible ISIS representative found on campus
University Police reported finding 470 photos of what “appears to be an ISIS representative” holding a gun and wearing a black mask in a copy machine on South Campus, according to police reports.
The report was filed at 9:33 a.m. on Feb. 2. The copy machine was in Farber Hall, which houses classrooms, wet labs and offices of the School of Public Health and Health Professions.
Chief of Police Gerald Schoenle told The Spectrum an investigation of the incident is ongoing.
“What we have is a picture printed on a copy machine,” Schoenle said. “No threats, no verbiage, no crime involved. None the less, we are still investigating to look into this further.”
The report was filed a day before ISIS released a video of Muadh al-Kasasbeh, a Jordanian pilot, being set on fire and burned to death in a cage.
Any information regarding the issue should be reported to UPD at (716) 645-2229.