Public Safety is continuing an investigation into the Nov. 16 theft of the contents of a Dining Services office safe. According to Assistant Director of Public Safety Dana Perrin, investigators are nearing the conclusion of their inquiry.

The theft occurred between the hours of 3am and 4am. According to Perrin, the safe was removed from the office, carried to the fifth floor bridge of Wilson Commons, and thrown into the Pit seating area. Perrin did not disclose the contents of the safe.

Interviews are ongoing, and, as a result, Perrin was not able to disclose many details of the investigation.

“We’re on the edge of making some really good progress with the investigation,” Perrin said.

He expects that Public Safety will conclude the investigation within the next few weeks.

Meanwhile, according to Marketing Manager of Dining Services Kevin Aubrey, Dining Services is working in cooperation with Public Safety, and the Rochester Police Department, as well as within the department to create preventative measures against future instances of theft.

“Possibly the only thing that supersedes our dedication to providing the students with great food in any of our locations is to make sure that they can enjoy it in a safe environment,” he said.

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