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ARCHIVE: August 2010

BICYCLE / BIKE PARTS THEFT:

August 27, 11:40 am: An Clachan Complex - A tenant reported her bicycle was stolen sometime between the evening of the 23rd and morning of the 24th of August. It is a grey CCM mountain bike.

August 27, 9:59 am: Jeffrey Hall - Caller reports a bicycle was stolen yesterday between 9am and 9pm while secured to the bike racks outside. It is a red & black "Specialized Cross Roads A1 Pro" bicycle with a 22" frame, serial# MK9L6214.

August 23, 7:55 pm: An Clachan Complex - A tenant reports their bicycle frame was stolen sometime during the previous weekend while its tire(s) were locked to bike racks and left behind. It is a light blue "Kona Dew" hybrid bicycle with one of its handles missing the end cap.


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

August 11, 8:10 am: Campus - Staff reported two offices were broken into and property stolen. The items included two Toshiba Satellite Pro laptop computers - serial numbers  Z7245090Q (A120 model) and 87021772W (U300 model).


SUSPICIOUS PERSON:

August 7, 3:50 pm: Student Housing Area - While on patrol near main campus, Security staff observed a man pushing a cart and looking through items left at the street for recycling.  The individual was also seen walking up to the front doors and appeared to be checking to see if they were unlocked. Kingston City Police were contacted to attend while Security monitored the man's actions. And approximately 15 minutes later he was seen checking the front door of a Barrie Street home and then walk inside.

Kingston City Police were updated with that information and arrived on scene soon afterwards. Officers ID'd the individual, then instructed him to leave the area and to avoid checking people's doors while looking for bottles..

He is described as being a Caucasian male with very tan skin in his late 30s, dark grey & white short cropped hair, and weighs approximately 120-140 lbs. 
At the time of this incident he was wearing a black t-shirt, black track pants, and pushing a red flat-bed cart.


ANIMAL CONTROL:

August 5, 4:55 pm: Robert Sutherland Hall - The ERC received a call that an animal was found inside a ground floor office and currently locked inside.  The Security Supervisor attended and entered the room to remove some window screens, which allowed the indigenous red mink (similar in appearance to a ferret) to find its way ou


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