UPDATE Nov. 12:

The Marquee sent another email to residents on Wednesday that stated that since its prior email an incident report had been filed with the Orange County Sheriff's Office.

Read the full report: here

OCSO is investigating the incident.

UPDATE Nov. 11: The Marquee sent an email to residents on Tuesday stating that contrary to the UCF Alert sent out that morning, there was not a strong-arm robbery in the parking garage, but just a fight.

"After meeting with the Orange County Sheriffs Department (sic), we were notified that no police report was filed and is being classified as a physical altercation (fight)," the email states. "This incident has not been considered a robbery and no charges have been pressed against either party. We do apologize for the inconvenience that was caused to the residents who received the text and email messages from UCF last night."

A call to UCF asking for comment was not immediately returned.

Original story: A strong arm robbery was reported at The Marquee apartment complex, formerly known as Sterling Central, near UCF Monday night.

The incident occurred around 11:30 p.m. in the apartment's parking garage, according to a UCF Alert.

A strong arm robbery is one which involves the offender using or threatening to use his arms, legs or teeth instead of any weapons.

The suspects are reported to be two Hispanic males, one of whom is wearing a hoodie.

Any suspicious activity or information regarding this incident should be reported to the police.

This is the third reported robbery at the complex in the past six weeks.

This is a developing story. Check back for details.

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