/ BIKE PARTS THEFT:
June 26, 1:45 pm: Campus - Two individuals, a male and a female,
were observed stealing black mountain bikes together on Campus; the first at
Dupuis Hall and the second outside Stauffer Library. In both cases the
bicycles were secured to bike racks and their locks were cut by the male
suspect who used a folding cutter. Kingston City Police were also
informed of the incident.
The male is described as:
- between 20 and 40 years old with tanned, weathered features
- approximately 5'7" tall with a slim build
- long dark brown hair pulled back into a ponytail.
- wearing a loose fitting glossy black short sleeve shirt with white stripes
on the arms, black jeans, and white athletic shoes.
The female is described as:
- in her mid 30s with a pockmarked face
- heavy build
- a round face with long dark hair
- wearing a dark t-shirt and denim shorts
June 23, 9:55 am: John Orr Tower - A tenant reported her
bicycle was stolen from where it had been secured to the bike racks outside
the building. It was described as a yellow man's "Gary Fisher"
Mamba model bicycle (serial# WTU00014721T).
/ BREAK-IN (PERSONAL PROPERTY):
June 25, 2:15 pm: City Park - A student reported his backpack,
containing a wallet and cell phone, was accidentally taken or stolen from City
Park off King Street. A report was also filed with Kingston City Police.
June 18, 11:35 am: An Clachan Complex - A tenant reported his
vehicle, a green Honda Accord, has gone missing and possibly stolen sometime
within the previous two days. The Community Housing department was informed
and a report was filed with Kingston City Police.
JUNE 20 UPDATE:
The original caller contacted Campus Security to report
his car was later spotted parked on a downtown street, recovered by Kingston
City Police, and then returned to its owner.
PERSONS / ACTIVITY:
June 14, 8:40 pm: Campus - During the evening hours
of June 14, Campus Security was notified about and then spoke with a
suspicious individual observed on University property. He was spotted coming
out of the Botterell Hall loading dock and also behind a building located on
Arch Street near the East side of main campus.
The man was described as:
- Approx. 5'7" tall
- Approx. 130 lbs
- Dirty blond, short curly hair with a blond mustache
- in his late 50s
June 9, 3:55 am: Victoria Hall - A Security Patrol encountered two
teenage males who were attempting to break into the Residence. The
individuals fled the scene but were kept under observation and later arrested
by Kingston City Police.
June 14, 5:30 pm: Harrison LeCaine - Security staff attended to
a parking lot on campus where a driver accidentally knocked over a "blue
light" emergency phone while backing up his vehicle. The damaged
phone was cordoned off and replaced by Queen's Telecom within the week.
June 3, 6:30 pm: An Clachan Complex - The fire alarm system
activated in the complex due to cooking smoke. Both Security and KFD
attended, and the system was reset a short time later.
June 2, 10:45 pm: Campus - A Security Patrol discovered a
vending machine had been broken into and a contact person was called in to
empty the remaining product from the machine.
June 2, 6:35 am: Underground Garage - KGH Security reported
being informed a vehicle had been vandalized in the Stuart Street
garage. Campus Security attended and confirmed a vehicle had its rear
window shattered. A note was left for the owner and contact made later that