Sticky car situations, library theft continues

Tuesday, Nov. 12

A 2009 Toyota Corolla in Parking Structure 3 was defaced at around 6:30 p.m. after a number of yellow Post-It notes were left on the Toyota driver's windshield insulting her parking ability. The suspect also smeared some form of jelly or jam on the left side of the driver's window and door handle.

A Samsung Galaxy Note cellphone was stolen from the men's restroom on the first floor of the Science Building around 1:20 p.m. after a male student left it unattended for approximately five minutes. The student saw an African American male student entering the Science Building lecture hall with what he thought was a similar device in the subject's back pocket.

A white leather wallet belonging to a female was stolen from the library at 1 p.m. after it was left unattended. The length of time the item was left unattended was unspecified. A follow-up report is pending.

At 12:45 p.m. a 14-inch white HP Pavilion laptop, a Samsung Galaxy S3 phone and $4 were stolen from a secured locker in the school's gym. It was possible the padlock remained unlocked since there were no signs of forced entry. No witnesses have come forward.

Wednesday, Nov. 13

A medium-size brown handbag was stolen after being left unattended in the library for two minutes at 11:15 a.m. while the owner of the bag searched for her book. The case is currently pending.

An Apple iPhone 4S cellphone was stolen from a desk at 12:35 on the second floor in the west side of the library. The student-victim saw the suspect who wore dark-colored clothes pick up the cellphone off the desk and walk away. The victim attempted to follow the suspect but could not identify the male.

Around 12:40 p.m., a gold Apple iPhone was stolen from the second floor of the library after a student fell asleep with it next to his head, and an unidentified suspect took the cellphone. A suspect was seen taking the device, but not known to be a student. The case is currently pending.

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