Friday, November 15

Crime Log – January 15, 2008

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<img src="" width="42"> – Grand Theft Auto
<img src="" width="32"> – Hit and Run
<img src=""> – Petty Theft
<img src=""> – Robbery
<img src=""> – Burglary </font><hr>

A wallet containing $70 was removed from the Wooden Center on Jan. 8.

A backpack was removed from Drake Stadium on Jan. 9, with the loss totalling $100.

A backpack and wallet were removed from the Intramural Field on Jan. 9. The loss totalled $275.

A silver women’s Schwinn mountain bike was removed from the Covel bike racks between Dec. 15 and Jan. 6.

IHome speakers were removed from a room in Canyon Point between Dec. 13 and Dec. 18.

Two fire extinguishers were removed and two fire houses damaged at an unknown time on the 700 block of Gayley, with damages totalling $250.

A laptop computer was removed from Young Hall between Jan. 4 and Jan. 6.

A DVD player worth $30 was removed from Canyon Point between Dec. 14 and Jan. 6.

A computer worth $2,000 was removed from the Biomedical Sciences Research Building on Jan. 8.

A monitor worth $500 was removed from the Engineering IV building between Jan. 4 and Jan. 5.

A ’70 BMW was removed from a parking lot on Tiverton on Jan. 7.

A motor scooter was removed from the corner of Levering and Gayley between Jan. 6 and Jan. 8.

Ten thousand dollars were taken from a Bank of America on Wilshire by an armed man on Jan. 4.

Compiled by Afton Coombs.

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