THEFT (PERSONAL PROPERTY):
April 26, 10:13 pm - A
student reported their backpack, containing a MacBook laptop computer and a
wallet, was stolen while left unattended near where she was writing an
April 26, 7:29 pm: Stauffer
Library - A student reported their laptop computer was stolen about 10 minutes
earlier after being left unattended in a study carrel for a short period of
April 26, 6:30 pm - Two
srtudents attended the Campus Security office to report their laptop computers
were stolen from a classroom. One of the computers was later described as
being a H.P - HDX Notebook PC : Model# X16-1354CA
, SN (S) CNF92213B3 , Product # 1PNVO35UA .
April 26, 5:11 pm - A
student reported his backpack was stolen from a hallway near where he was
writing an exam.
It is a green Targus Rakgear brand
knapsack that contained a red notebook, text books (including a
MacroEconomics and a Tax Policy text book), prescription glasses,
and a MacBook Pro laptop computer (Model # A1278 s/n W80110KD66E).
April 25, 10:43 pm: Campus -
Campus Security was notified that a MATH 126 text book ("Differential and
Integral Calculus") and a Sony Pocket Touch e-reader ( S/N:148413351106830
) were stolen from a backpack while its owner was writing an exam nearby.
April 25, 9:50 pm: Campus
- A student reported their backpack was stolen while they were writing an
exam nearby. It is a grey "Swiss Gear" bag with a black
& blue zipper containing a purple camera, silver video camera, and a
13" Samsung 9 laptop computer ( model# 900X3A-B03 s/n HJU093GB900125
April 18, 2:28 pm: Campus -
A student reported his ASUS Transformer Prime tablet / netbook (model TF201 Serial# BCOKAS015390)
keyboard (Serial# C10KAS139304) was stolen along with other items between
11am and noon today, possibly while the office was left unattended and
unlocked. A report was also filed with Kingston City Police.
April 17, 10:24 pm: Campus: A
student reported their backpack - containing a laptop computer - was stolen
from where it had been left unattended in a hallway, either while the owner
was writing an exam nearby or a short time afterwards.
Approximately 20 minutes later,
Campus Security staff located the backpack and contacted its owner who
retrieved it the next day.
April 17, 4:00 pm: Campus: A
student reported that his MacBook Pro laptop computer ( serial# CO2GW41WDV7L )
and its power cord were stolen out of a knapsack he had left unattended in a
lab while writing an exam elsewhere on campus.
April 14, 6:24 pm: Campus: A
student reported his HP Pavillion laptop computer was stolen from the hallway
it had been left unattended in while he wrote an exam nearby.
April 14, 5:47 pm: Campus:
A student reported his backpack - containing a laptop computer, iPhone 3,
keys and a wallet - was stolen from where he'd left it in the hallway
outside the room he was writing an exam.
The student phoned back the next
day to inform Campus Security that he later found his backpack in a washroom
near where it had been stolen. It appeared the thief went through the
backpack's pockets to find items to take, but somehow missed the pouch
containing the laptop computer which the owner now has.
April 15, 9:35 am: Stauffer
Library: A student reported her backpack - containing a MacBook computer
and iPod - was stolen while left unattended for about 45 minutes.
April 14, 1:30 am: Stauffer
Library: A student reported his 14" Acer laptop computer was stolen
while left unattended for about 30 minutes.
April 13, 8:40 am: Stauffer
Library: The ERC received a report that a red leather wallet was stolen
from the library while left unattended sometime between 4am and 5am.
/ BIKE PARTS THEFT:
April 25, 6:02 pm: Douglas Library - The Emergency Report Centre was contacted by a student who observed a male and a female attempting to steal a bicycle outside Douglas Library about 10 minutes earlier.
Campus Security staff soon located individuals matching the descriptions
provided and retrieved a stolen bicycle at the scene. Kingston City Police were contacted and they located a second bicycle - also suspected to be stolen - at a location off campus.
Kingston Police Detective Jim Veltman is investigating this incident. He would like to be contacted by
the two students who interrupted these suspects as they were trying to break the lock off a bicycle outside Douglas Library around 5:50 pm.
He can be contacted at email@example.com or by phoning 613-549-4660 ext. 6300 . Alternatively, Campus Security
can be contacted at 613-533-6080 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or
A student who had his bicycle stolen from outside Douglas Library responded to
this report (posted here, to our Alert-List subscribers, and on Twitter) and
it was determined that his bike matched the description of the one recovered
by Kingston Police.
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