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Police log

The following incidents occurred on or near the MIT campus during the period Feb. 5 to Feb. 18:

Feb. 5: Bldg. 66: time cards stolen; Bldg. E15: wallet $35; Baker: harassment.

Feb. 6: Zeta Psi: assault and battery between students; Bldg. 66: CD player stolen $150; Kendall Square T Station: three males threatening; Faculty Club: intoxicated person.

Feb. 7: Bldg. 33: water pipe burst causing considerable water damage; Delta Psi: antique elk antlers stolen.

Feb. 8: Bldg. 66: suspicious activity and vandalism; Commuter lot: radio stolen from a Hyuandi; Bldg. E18: gas pump stolen, $1,600; Bldg. 3: wallet stolen $35; Bldg. 26: checkbook stolen.

Feb. 9: Bldg. 4: unauthorized use of computer; Bldg. E23: two telephones stolen $750 each; Walker Memorial: sneakers stolen $50; Bldg. 14: bike stolen $600; CRA lot: '87 Buick stolen; Ames St.: two cars stolen from Boston and Lawrence recovered.

Feb. 10: Bldg. N10: VCR stolen $500; New House: obscene telephone calls; Bldg. 11: chair stolen $350; DuPont mens' locker room: wallet stolen and credit cards used totaling $1,000; Walker Memorial: wallet stolen $15; Green Hall: $70 cash stolen.

Feb. 11: Student Center: video machines broken into; Green Hall: annoying phone calls.

Feb. 12: Bldg. 16: fax machine stolen $800; Bldg. 13: precious metal stolen.

Feb. 14: MacGregor House: obscene phone call; Student Center: suspicious activity; Johnson Athletic Center: leather jacket and wallet stolen $200; Bldg. 5: attempted larceny of a painting.

Feb. 15: MacGregor House: threatening phone call; Walker Memorial: vandalism to bulletin boards; Bldg. 14: male arrested for trespassing and causing a disturbance.

Feb. 16: Bldg. 33: cash stolen $400; 500 Memorial Dr.: complaint of people riding bicycles in building; Westgate Lot: car broken into nothing missing; Bldg. 20: threatening phone call; Bldg. 35: malicious damage; Bldg. 10: lectern stolen $800.

Feb. 17: Bldg. 2: wallet stolen $20; DuPont: locker broken into, pants and wallet stolen $160; Bldg. 13: backpack left unattended and stolen $35; Westgate low rise: assist in locating a 3-year old child who wandered upstairs.

Feb. 18: Bldg. 1: mailbox tipped over; Bldg. 5: jacket and wallet stolen $130; Charles River: Campus Police assist state police with a body discovered in the river. Cambridge fire rescue squad pulled body from the river and transported to Beth Israel Hospital. Man was later pronounced dead; he was not affiliated with MIT.