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Police Log

Police Log

The following incidents were reported to the MIT Campus Police between March 9-14:

March 9: McCormick Hall, annoying phone calls; Bldg. NW17, cellular phone stolen, $400; Bldg. 20, suspicious activity.

March 10: Bldg. 4, cash stolen, $80; Bldg. 26, mountain bicycle stolen, $420; Burton-Conner House, suspicious activity; Bldg. 20, room broken into and VCR stolen, $251.

March 11: Bldg. E19, 1) desk broken into, 2) attempted break into a room; Rockwell Cage, watch stolen while person was playing volleyball; Hermann Garage, '94 Isuzu stolen; Pacific Street lot, suspicious activity; Bldg. E53, wallet stolen, $230; Hermann lot, '92 Honda stolen in Boston recovered.

March 12: Albany Street,. two females attempted to convince a female employee that they had found a wallet with several hundred dollars. When employee suggested contacting the police the suspects fled; Bldg. W43, touring bicycle stolen, $250; Bldg. E51, 21-speed bicycle stolen, $735; Bldg. 9, mountain bicycle stolen, $250 ; West 275 Lot, 1) '85 Audi stolen, 2) '93 Plymouth Voyager stolen in Boston recovered.

March 13: Bldg. 31, attempted break into a room; Bldg. 6, five compact discs stolen, $60; Bldg. E38, LCD display stolen, $2,300; Bldg. 3, computer monitor damaged, $400; Bldg. 4, mountain bicycle stolen, $750; Bldg. E32, computer stolen, $6,000; Burton-Conner, cable box stolen, $70.

March 14: Bldg. E18, wallet removed from bottom drawer of a desk, $2 cash; Bldg. 9, ten compact discs stolen, $150; Bldg 7, backpack stolen, $135.