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ARCHIVE: May 2008

THEFT / BREAK-IN (PERSONAL PROPERTY):

May 26, 11:30 pm: Campus - A caller reported their vehicle's drivers side window was smashed in while parked in a surface lot. No property was initially reported missing from inside.

May 20, JDUC - A student reported her wallet was stolen while left unattended for a short time.


BICYCLE / BIKE PARTS THEFT:

May 22, 8:45 pm: Stauffer Library - A caller reported their bike was stolen sometime within the previous 24 hours from where it had been left outside the library.  It is a white (with light blue lettering) "Canadian Tire" brand mountain bike with wide tires.

May 20, 5:55 pm: Stauffer Library - A caller reported their bicycle was stolen from the bike racks sometime during the previous two days.  It was briefly described as a blue and white Peugot 10 speed.

May 12, 3:35 pm: PhysEd Centre - A student reported her black (with red & silver) mountain bike was stolen sometime during the day while it was secured to the bike racks outside.


MISCHIEF / VANDALISM:

May 20, 1:00 pm: Campus - A staff member reported parking their vehicle in a main campus lot that morning and returning just after noon to discover someone had walked up and over the car.  Security met with the caller and observed shoe prints and dents in the roof, hood, and trunk of the vehicle along with a large spider-webbed crack in the windshield.


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

May 17, 11:10 am: Campus - A break in was reported on main campus and staff reported three VCR/DVD  players were stolen.  All three were Samsung Model DVDP231 players with the following serial numbers: 6vdw500386p, 6vdw601080z, 6vdw500026j.  Kingston City Police were also informed of the theft and attended to investigate.

May 12, 8:30 am: MacDonald Hall - Library staff reported a break-in occurred during the weekend and a small amount of cash was stolen.

May 12, 9:10 am: Harkness Hall - Custodial staff reported discovering areas of the Residence had been broken into. Initial information indicated a computer tower, DVD players, and possibly donations/cash for the Salvation Army were stolen. A report was also filed with Kingston City Police.

The DVD playerd included an Electrohome Model DVD201e (Serial #201E-06126022) and a JVC  Model  XVN310b  (Serial #178L8923)

May 9, 9:18 am: Campus - Physical Plant Services reported two 150' cables of flexible rubber coated copper (~1" in diameter) were stolen from a locked area overnight. The theft was also reported to Kingston City Police.

May 8, 4:30 pm: Toronto - Campus Security was informed a Toronto taxi driver drove off with computer equipment belonging to three members of the Queen's Community who were visiting the city.

The items stolen included:

  • Two Apple MacBook Pro computers - Serial #s SW87491JLX92 and SW87484AZX92
  • A Toshiba DLP TDP-D2 projector - Serial # either 79330938 or 79330942
  • One Kensington Presenter - slide advancer
  • A set of Altec Lansing XT2 speakers
  • Two 25' VGA Cables
  • A 25' speaker cable

ATTEMPTED THEFT:

May 16, 4:45 pm: Campus - Campus Security responded to an intrusion alarm on campus and arrived to discover wires had been cut on an overhead projector and other audio/visual equipment.  The system was rearmed and Kingston City Police were contacted.


MISCELLANEOUS:

May 9, 2:40 pm: Campus - The ERC received a call that a bone was discovered beside the construction area west of Douglas Library.  Security staff attended and later arranged to meet with staff from the Anatomy department who confirmed the bone was from a horse patella ("knee cap").


THEFT FROM VEHICLE:

May 8, 11:24 am: West Campus - A student reported his car was broken into sometime after 1 am that morning.  Property stolen from inside include a stereo, two Playstation games, and some CDs.  A report was also filed with Kingston City Police.

May 1, 3;00 pm: West Campus - The ERC was informed a vehicle's locked had been 'punched out' while parked at the West Campus lot, although it did not appear entry had been gained nor was any property noticed missing from inside.


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