Millington Hall suffers weekend robbery

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October 3, 2008

1:21 AM

A break-in occurred on the third floor of Millington Hall sometime Saturday night or Sunday morning.

Approximately $1,800 worth of damage was done to doors in the building, which is home to the biology department.

An iPod and a handbag, along with several other items, valued at an approximate $500, were also taken.

“There were some small items stolen,” biology department chair Professor Paul Heideman said. “There was nothing significant [taken] that I know of.”

According to College of William and Mary spokesman Brian Whitson, vents along the base of the doors were kicked in, allowing the burglars to reach up and unlock the doors from the inside. Damage was also done to door panels.

The building has no alarm, Campus Police Chief Don Challis said.

Whitson said that there are no suspects as of yet, but anyone with information is encouraged to contact the police at 757-221-4596.

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