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ARCHIVE: July 2009


July 31, 2:35 pm; Campus - A staff member reported his eight year old black Compaq laptop computer was stolen from an office sometime within the previous 24 hours.

July 25, 3:01 am: Residences - The ERC was informed a laptop computer had been stolen from a Residences room.  The caller reported the computer had been left on a desk beside a partially open window, and the perpetrator cut the screen to reached in and steal it.  Kingston City Police were informed and are investigating.


July 27, Student Housing Area - The ERC received a report that a bicycle was stolen from the porch of a home in the Student Housing Area near main campus. The bike was briefly described as being navy blue with a yellow stripe. A report was also filed with Kingston City Police.

July 23, 12:15 pm: Biosciences Complex - The ERC was informed an attempted bike theft occurred at the racks outside the building, sometime between noon and 6:00 pm the previous day.  The caller reported they secured their bike with both a cable and a U-lock.  The cable lock was found cut in half, but the U-lock was intact and apparently prevented the perpetrator from stealing the bicycle.

July 23, 8:35 am: Botterell Hall - A staff member reported her white Miyata hybrid bicycle was stolen from the racks on the East side of the building, sometime between 4:30 pm yesterday and 8:30 this morning.

July 22, 5:46 pm: Watson Hall - The ERC received a report that a black "Giant Yukon" bicycler was stolen from outside Watson Hall sometime between 2:30 pm and 5:45 pm that day. It had been secured with a cable lock that was cut  and left behind by the thief.

July 20, 5:33 pm: Biosciences Complex - The ERC was informed a blue & silver Trek 4300 bicycle was stolen from where it had been secured with a cable lock at 8:00 am that day.

July 15, 1:21 am: Mackintosh Corry Hall - A caller reported his black Norco Mountaineer bicycle (serial number 08C0009267C ) was stolen from he had secured it with a cable lock.


July 27, 9:20 am: West Campus - Parking Department reported having a vehicle towed from campus due to a fraudulent or forged parking permit being used.

July 7, 9:51 am: West Campus - The Parking Department reported staff had discovered a vehicle parked in the West Campus lot with a forged / expired parking permit.  The vehicle was subsequently towed from the property.


July 23, Residences - Campus Security was informed property had been stolen from inside a Residence Building. Kingston City Police were informed and are investigating.
Items included:
- A mechanic's tool bag and its contents,
- Three Toshiba DVD players (Model # - sd-4100kc | Serial #s - rc134014550 , rc13004717 , rc134014808)
- Two Sanyo VCR players (Model # - vhrm329 | Serial #s - 17571274b9 & 17571375b9)
- One Panasonic VCR player (Model # - pvv4522-k | Serial # - j21a13242)


July 22, 4:40 pm: Campus - The Emergency Report Centre received a call from KGH Security in regards to two suspicious males observed on video earlier that afternoon appearing to steal a bicycle from the racks outside Botterell Hall.

At 4:43 pm, a contractor working at Queen's reported seeing two men acting suspiciously around the bicycle racks outside Richardson Hall.  The description provided matched the one given by KGH Security, and the Security Supervisor was dispatched to the scene.  The two were detained and identified by KGH staff as being the same seen on video earlier in the day.

Kingston City Police were contacted to attend, and upon arrival attained ID from the two and then released them until their department could view the video taped evidence.  The suspects were also issued Notices of Prohibition, banning them from both KGH and Queen's University property.


(1) Caucasian male, 23 years of age, 5'6" tall, approx. 150 lbs, shaved head (formerly brown hair), brown eyes.

(2) Caucasian male, 23 years of age, 5'7" tall, approx 140 lbs, short blond hair, blue eyes, tattoo of a cross on right forearm.

If you see either of these two individuals on Queen's Property, contact the Emergency Report Centre immediately at 613-533-6111.


July 21, 6:40 am: Leggett Hall - The Residence desk clerk reported noticing four cars had been vandalized with white graffiti written on them.  The Security Supervisor attended to document the vandalism and determined the graffiti could be easily removed.

July 21, 12:30 am: George Street - KGH Security informed the ERC they had found a number of cars parked on the West side of Botterell Hall with slashed tires. Kingston City Police were also notified of the incident.

July 5, 8:40 am: Union Street Parking Lot - A caller reported his vehicle was vandalized/marked up with a black marker while parked in the lot for approximately 12 hours.


July 11, 6:20 am: Underground Garage  - Campus Security received a report that a vehicle parked in the garage appeared to have been broken into. Security staff investigated and later made contact with the car owner. The rear window had been smashed, and damage done to the interior, but no property was initially noticed missing.

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