The following incidents occurred on or near the MIT campus during the period March 16-25:
Bldg. E53, compact disc player stolen $100; Bldg. 14N, sofa stolen, later recovered; Bldg. 56, laptop computer stolen $3,500; Bldg. E52, computer stolen $1,195; East Campus and Baker House, threatening phone call; 33 Massachusetts Ave., bike rack stolen $420.
Mar. 17: West Annex lot, '85 Toyota stolen; Alpha Phi, harassing phone calls; Westgate, microwave oven stolen $300; Bldg. E51, clock stolen $50.
Mar. 18: Bldg. 7, male arrested for trespassing; male arrested for attempted larceny and other related charges; Alpha Delta Psi, vandalism; West Annex lot, '82 Toyota stolen; Bldg. NW 16, computer stolen $3,885; Bldg. 4, computer parts stolen $500; Bldg. E25, flim-flam.
Mar. 19: Bldg. 4, student file book stolen; East Campus, wallet stolen $30; Bldg. 66, 11 Athena chairs stolen, $968; 500 Memorial Dr., harassment.
Mar. 20: Kresge lot, car broken into and snow brush stolen; Student Center, pocketbook stolen from West Lounge $210; Westgate lot, car broken into and stereo stolen.
Mar. 21: 500 Memorial Dr., harassment; LaVerde's Market, shoplifting $8; Bldg. 11, suspicious activity.
Mar. 22: Baker House, watch and wallet stolen $360; Bldg. 16, suspicious activity; Bldg. 66, employee problems.
Mar. 23: East Campus, annoying phone calls; Bldg. 14, larceny of flyer $50; Bldg. 4, suspicious activity; Student Center, camera stolen $75; Bldg. 9, pocket organizer stolen $100; Faculty Club, wallet stolen $25; Bldg. 14, $17 cash stolen; East Campus, compact disc player stolen $295.
Mar. 24: DuPont Gymnasium, $40 taken from jacket pocket; Bldg. 18, items taken from briefcase, $70; Bldg. E19, annoying mail.
Mar. 25: Bldg. 4, elevator motor overheated causing smoke; Student Center, pocketbook stolen $120; Student Center, male arrested for trespassing; East Campus, compact disc player stolen $2,250; and wallet stolen $30; Kresge lot, vandalism to car; Bldg. E25, suspicious activity; Bldg. 39, male arrested for trespassing; Kresge Auditorium, camera stolen $400.