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Police Log

Police Log

The following incidents were reported to the MIT Campus Police between March 1628:

March 16: Student Center, backpack stolen, $75; Bldg. E19, suspicious activity.

March 17: Sloan lot, '95 Acura broken into, nothing taken; West Annex lot, van broken into, VCR stolen.

March 18: Baker House, annoying phone calls; Student Center, cash stolen from wallet when person fell asleep, $20; Bldg. 57, refrigerator stolen, $50; Westgate lot, BMW broken into, nothing taken; Bldg. 24, student was descending the stairs when grabbed by an unknown assailant. Student was not harmed and assailant fled; Lobdell Food Court, $5 removed from wallet; Bldg. 68, assault between persons known to each other.

March 19: Bldg. E55, room broken into, nothing taken; Bldg. 14N, computer stolen, $2,580; Bldg. E51, bicycle stolen, $460; Student Center, 1) tilt truck stolen, unknown value; 2) backpack and $2 cash stolen.

March 20: Bldg. E40, chairs stolen, $200; Bldg. 33, laptop computer stolen, $3,500; Bldg. E52, wallet stolen, $100; Bldg. 4, tool box stolen, $400; Bldg 14, vending machine vandalized.

March 21: Bldg. W31, VCR stolen, $400; Bldg. E25, laptop computer stolen, $1,100; Burton-Connor House, bicycle stolen from lounge area, $325; Bldg. 34, bicycle stolen.

March 22: Bldg. 50, suspicious activity; Lobby 10, Brass Rat ring stolen, $375; Bldg. 9, keys stolen; Bldg. E19, workbench cabinet stolen, $469.

March 23: Westgate, air conditioner stolen from storage area; Baker, raincoat stolen, $150.

March 24: Bldg. E53, coat stolen, $200.

March 25: Bldg. 31, computer memory stolen, $500; McCormick Hall, cash stolen, $30.

March 26: Bldg. E51, attempted larceny of computer chairs; Student Center, wallet stolen, $35; Bldg. NW14, bicycle stolen, $200.

March 27: Bldg. 3, suspicious activity; Bldg. 2, jacket stolen, $100.

March 28: Westgate lot, attempted larceny of a Ford Mustang; Bldg. 8, laptop computer stolen, $4,000.