Multiple larcenies in Mason School of Business

Written by

|

October 24, 2013

12:55 AM

Between Oct. 10-12, five cases of larceny were reported at the Mason School of Business. The College of William and Mary crime log confirms one of the items was a credit card, while the other stolen properties range in value from $50 to $400.

“As an ongoing investigation I cannot get into the details,” College Chief of Police Donald Challis said in an email. “It does appear that some of the incidents are related. We do have some leads and hope to close the case soon. These incidents serve as a strong reminder to members of the community not to leave their belongings unattended. Our campus is safe but it is always good to be careful.”

Share This Article

Related News

Behind Closed Doors: Don’t Kink Shame Me, Bro
Presidential search enters second stage, releases leadership profile
Board of Visitors responds to DACA, DeVos speech: Future unclear for College’s policies following actions by Trump administration

About Author

  • Annie Curran

Associate Online Editor Annie Curran '16 is an English and Film and Media Studies double major from Annandale, Virginia. She previously was Online Editor, News Editor and Associate News Editor.