The following incidents were reported to University Police April 13-20. Readers with information that could assist in investigating these incidents are urged to call 935-5555. This information is provided as a public service to promote safety awareness and is available on the University Police Web site at police.wustl.edu.
10:01 a.m. — A lecturer in the School of Art reported his Canon digital camera taken from an unlocked cabinet in Bixby Hall. The camera was a silver Canon S30 Powershot. The theft occurred between 9 a.m. Feb. 17 and 9 a.m. March 28.
On April 18, University Police issued the following alert: There have been several recent vehicle break-ins to vehicles in the area of Rosedale Avenue and Waterman Boulevard. In several of these cases, force has been used to gain entry to the vehicle, and stereos or other items of value have been stolen.
Precautions: Report suspicious persons or activity immediately to the police at 911 or go to the nearest emergency telephone. If you hear a vehicle alarm, contact police immediately. Do not leave expensive property in plain view in your vehicle.
Response: Report suspicious activities or persons immediately to the police at 911 or via Blue Light Emergency Telephone. Contact St. Louis Police if you have any information that might assist in this investigation.
Additionally, University Police responded to two parking violations, three larcenies, two reports of damaged property, and one report each of judicial violation, auto accident and disturbance.