Incidents of InterestRSS Feed for Queen's University Campus Security - go to www.bloglines.com for free rss reader Campus Security Home Page
Comments / Questions
Incidents Archive

ARCHIVE: July 2007

THEFT / BREAK-IN (PERSONAL PROPERTY):

July 30, 9:20 am: Campus - A staff member reported her wallet was stolen from an office and later found with a small amount of cash missing.  A suspect description was provided which, along with other evidence, was provided to Kingston City Police who are investigating.

The suspect was described as:

- Caucasian male
- about 5'4" tall
- slim build (approx. 140 lbs)
- in his mid 50s
- short reddish hair, going grey
- wearing new looking clothes that included: a peacock blue bomber style jacket w. white sleeves, white running shoes, and light coloured pants.


THEFT / BREAK-IN (QUEEN'S PROPERTY):

July 30, 8:34 am: Campus - Staff reported two Dell GX620 computer CPUs were stolen from an office during the previous weekend. Their serial numbers are 1s1plb1 and jsrqlb1 .


BICYCLE / BIKE PARTS THEFT:

July 17, 9:00 pm: JDUC - A caller reported his grey Pirrelli Hybrid bicycle was stolen while cable locked to the bike racks outside. 

July 16, 6:55 pm: Jean Royce Hall - An individual contacted the ERC to report his green 21-speed Raleigh Tarantula Mountain bike had its lock cut and was stolen sometime during the day.

July 5, 8:21 pm: Dupuis Hall - A caller reported his bike was stolen sometime that evening while locked up outside the building. It is a 26" frame black & yellow 21-speed Venture bicycle.

July 4, Mackintosh Corry Hall - A caller reported her quick-release grey bicycle seat w. black springs was stolen from her bike while parked outside the building.

July 3, 5:25 pm: Biosciences Complex - A caller reported her white CCM Riptide bicycle was stolen sometime between 9:00 am and 4:00 pm that day.

July 3, 5:00 pm: PhysEd Centre - A caller reported his bike was stolen sometime within the previous few hours when its lock was cut.  It is a red & white GT Backwood mountain bike.


THEFT FROM VEHICLE:

July 13, 5:10 pm: Campus - A caller reported his vehicle was broken into but nothing was immediately noticed missing from inside.


Web Site Design