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Police Log

Police Log

The following incidents were reported to the Campus Police between March 18 and March 30:

March 18: Kappa Sigma, male arrested for malicious destruction of property and related charges; DuPont Gymnasium men's locker room, $125 stolen from wallet; Kresge Auditorium, audio equipment and coat stolen, $1,900.

March 19: Bldg. 10, vending machine broken into; Bldg. N10, attempted larceny of bicycle parts.

March 20: Bldg. E53, backpack containing credit cards and personal checks stolen; Student Center, backpack containing calculator, credit cards, and checks stolen, $160; West Garage, Volkswagen broken into and radio stolen, $300.

March 21: Bldg. 4, power supply stolen, $7,000; Bldg. 54, compact disc player stolen, $120; Bldg. 41A, tool box stolen, $272; Bldg. 13, printer stolen, $1,500; two juvenile males arrested for false reporting of serious crimes via emergency telephones.

March 22: Ashdown, suspicious activity; Bldg. 14, graffiti; Bldg. 33, briefcase stolen, later recovered minus $20; Bldg. 54, suspicious person sighted; Bldg. 13, wallet containing $1.50 stolen; Bldg. 4, backpack and contents stolen, $270; Next House, bicycle stolen, $170; Bldg. 68, wallet stolen, $15; New House, suspicious activity; Bldg. 66, disruptive person.

March 23: Alpha Delta Phi, 351 Mass. Ave., $180 bicycle stolen; Lobby 7, doughnut stand display case stolen; Bldg. 37, violation of a restraining order; West Garage, 1989 Mazda stolen.

March 24: Bldg. 33, suspicious activity; Bldg. 5, graffiti; Bldg. 68, wallet stolen, $10; Bldg. E40, CD player stolen, $89; Westgate, mail stolen from individual's mail box; Bldg. E25, wallet stolen, $25.

March 25: Bldg. 24, suspicious person; Student Center, bicycle stolen, $420; W91 Lot, car broken into and radar detector stolen, $200; Student Center, graffiti; East Annex Lot, car stolen, recovered minus radio; Bldg. E23, suspicious person.

March 27: Bldg. E40, bicycle stolen from bicycle room, $350; Bldg. 13, backpack stolen containing a calculator, $350; Bldg. 37, graffiti; Rockwell Cage, wallet containing $15 stolen.

March 28: Bldg. 8, suspicious activity; Westgate Lot, 1985 Oldsmobile broken into; Bldg. 7, illegal transaction on an ATM credit card, $285; Hayden Library, backpack and calculator, $275; Westgate low rise, bicycle stolen, $50.

March 29: DuPont Gymnasium men's locker room, lockers broken into 1) cash stolen, $20 2) clothing stolen, $150 3) cash stolen, $80; Bldg. 16, laboratory equipment stolen, $29,000; Bldg. 13, laptop computer stolen, $3,075.

March 30: DuPont Gymnasium men's locker room, cash stolen, $55; Bldg. 38, computer memory stolen, $2,580; Westgate Lot, 1989 Toyota broken into; East Campus, graffiti.

Cambridge Police along with Campus Police have observed an increase in bicycle larcenies as the warmer spring days approach. Cambridge Police reported a significant increase in the Central Square area. For crime prevention information, e-mail crimbite@mit.edu, call x3-9755, or refer to Techinfo.