In addition to the typical scattering of personal larcenies — five bicycles, four laptops and three iPhones were stolen in October — the month’s crimes also targeted the University and its employees.
Tuesday, Oct. 10:
8:02 a.m. A University employee reported that a facilities van was broken into while parked at Lot 90, resulting in the theft of tools totaling $5,000 in value.
Friday, Oct. 13:
4:03 p.m. A University employee reported that a personal check — which was written to the Rockefeller Library Oct. 4 to purchase 52 books totaling $400 — was determined to be fraudulent.
3:26 p.m. A University employee reported the theft of a “World Textiles” textbook, priced at $31.95, from the Brown Bookstore.
Tuesday, Oct. 18:
9:42 p.m. A University employee reported that, while his vehicle was parked in the Richmond Street parking garage in the Jewelry District, someone stole the car’s four tires with rims, valued at approximately $4,000.
Tuesday, Oct. 24:
11:11 a.m. A University employee reported his Dell laptop, phone charger and USB cable stolen from his office at 3 Davol Square. Together, the items are valued at approximately $530.