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Police Log

The following incidents occurred on or neart the MIT campus during the period May 28-June 9:

May 28: Senior House, room broken into while victim attended graduation, jewelry and other items stolen $700; Student Center, powerbook stolen $2,200; Windsor lot, '90 Mitsubishi stolen; Baker House, room entered and airline tickets and passports stolen $1,900.

May 29: West garage, two cars broken into; Student Center, suspicious activity; DuPont Athletic Center, office broken into, clothing stolen $30.

May 31: Bldg. 36, raincoat with wallet in pocket stolen $40; Student Center, bike stolen $150.

June 1: Edgerton House, person who had wallet stolen earlier, received a call from someone posing as a bank employee asking for ATM/PIN code, refused to tell caller and notified the bank; Bldg. NW21, room broken into nothing taken; Bldg. 13, bike stolen $400; Bldg. 9, computer parts stolen $685.

June 2: Baker House, annoying phone calls; Bldg. NW21, camera stolen $300;

June 3: Bldg. E40, male arrested for trespassing; East Campus, assist to another police agency with a run away; Bldg. 13, bike stolen $100; Westgate lot, '91 Ford Probe broken into; Bldg. NW21, tool cabinet broken into; Bldg. NW14, suspicious activity; Deacon St. lot, malicious damage to a car.

June 4: McCormick Hall, clothing stolen $877; Bldg. 2, wallets stolen total of $55; Bldg. E53, plastic briefcase stolen $15.

June 5: Bldg. 18, Wallet had been stolen when victim received call from person requesting PIN number for ATM account; Westgate lot, cassette tapes stolen from a car.

June 7: Bldg. 7, suspicious activity; Bldg. 6, wallet stolen $25.

June 8: Bldg. 14, complaint sought for female trespasser; Bldg. 13, bike stolen $270; East garage, car broken into; CRA lot, '86 Pontiac stolen; 77 Massachusetts Ave., "Day Runner" stolen from bike $70.

June 9: no reports.