Campus Police Beat (Jan. 29 – Feb. 4)

    **Tuesday, Jan. 29 —** A student reported that an unknown individual was stealing Flex Points from her account. Approximately $65 in Flex Points were stolen.

    p. — A student called to report the theft of her bass clarinet from Ewell Hall Jan. 25. The instrument is valued between $3,000 and $4,000. **(1)**

    p. **Wednesday, Jan. 30 —** Staff at the Graduate Housing Complex reported damage to five ground lights. Staff estimated the replacement cost of each light to be between $400 and $500. Police determined that several lights were not damaged as severely and could be repaired for less. **(2)**

    p. **Thursday, Jan. 31 —** A student reported the theft of his bike from Ewell Hall. Its estimated value is $300. **(1)**

    p. — A professor from Rogers Hall called to report the theft of personal documents. The professor later called back to say that the documents could possibly be in a classroom and that he would call after the class in progress in the room had ended. The professor failed to report back to the police. **(3)**

    p. — A student reported that his laptop was stolen from Rogers room 100 around 3:30 p.m. The student later called to say that his professor had seen the laptop unattended in the classroom and had taken it for safekeeping. **(3)**

    p. **Friday, Feb. 1 —** A caller reported that a pipe had broken on the third floor of Landrum Hall. The water fountain had been pushed away from the wall causing the pipe to break. Damage to the building is estimated at $500. **(4)**

    p. **Monday, Feb. 4 —** A student from Unit B called to report the theft of a jacket and iPod from their room. The total estimated value of the items is $400. **(5)**


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