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ARCHIVE: May 2010

BICYCLE / BIKE PARTS THEFT:

May 25, Stirling Hall - The ERC was informed a blue, extra small "Giant Boulder SE" bicycle was stolen while on campus (serial# GB8 M4781).

May 19, 6:20 pm: Mackintosh Corry Hall -A caller reported both tires were stolen off his bicycle while it was locked to the racks outside.

May 18, 9:00 pm: School of Kinesiology - The ERC received a call that a bicycle had been stolen while locked up to the bike racks outside. It is a 24-speed gray mountain bike ( "Cranked Progression") with disk brakes and front & rear suspension.

May 10, 8:00 am: MacCorry Hall - A student reported the rear brakes on her bicycle were stolen while it was secured to the bike racks.


SUSPICIOUS PERSONS

May 26, Queen's Centre - Campus Security was informed of a suspicious male seen in the building:

- Caucasian
- in his 50s
- approximately 5'6" - 5'7" tall
- short grey hair
- yellowish teeth (possibly one of his front teeth is missing)
- very heavy build

If you see a man matching this description, please contact Campus Security immediately at 613-533-6080 or by using a campus emergency "blue light" phone, any campus payphone (free to call), or an assistance phone.


BREAK IN / THEFT (QUEEN'S PROPERTY):

May 26, 9:30 am: Campus - Two laptop computers were reported stolen from the building: a Toshiba Satellite Pro M70 (serial# 16117971K) and a Toshiba Satellite M500 (serial# 69057376R), along with an 'Eagle Creek' backpack and Sony 'Studio Monitor' headphones.


THEFT FROM VEHICLE:

May 25, 10:45 am: Dupuis Hall - A caller reported his vehicle was broken into 4 days earlier and a suspected perpetrator observed in the act at that time.. An iPod charger and Jensen converter were stolen in the incident, although other valuables were left inside - possibly by a young male seen stuffing items into a backpack and fleeing the scene after being spotted.

The suspect was described as:
- Caucasian
- approximately 15 years old
- 5'10 - 6' tall
- medium length dark hair
- riding a old mountain bike


THEFT (PERSONAL PROPERTY):

May 21, 4:35 pm: Tindall Field - An individual called the ERC to report his grey backpack, containing clothing a wallet and other personal effects, was stolen when left unattended for about 30 minutes while he was running on the track.


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