One or more persons attempted to enter Southside Market in deKiewiet Tower between Wednesday evening, April 2 and Thursday morning, April 3. The store was closed at the time.

Student employees at the store reported that when they arrived Thursday morning, they found both the front and rear doors ajar with pry marks on them. According to UR Security Investigator Daniel Lafferty, it is uncertain whether the doors had been secured the previous night. Nothing was reported stolen or disturbed. No police report was filed.

Suspect makes away with Nintendo

A Nintendo Wii was stolen from a student’s room in Gilbert Hall over spring break, according to Lafferty. The student reported that the room was locked when he left for break and the room was also locked upon his return. The victim plans to file a police report at a later time.

Trash can’s contents set on fire

Security officers responded to a small fire behind Munro House. They found a large trash can’s contents on fire on Friday, April 4. The officers extinguished the fire using a fire extinguisher and the Rochester Fire Department arrived, as well, to ensure that the fire was completely out and the area was properly cleared.

A student admitted to starting the fire and, according to Lafferty, explained to Security Officers that he was trying to put his senior year behind him.

The student received a warning and the incident was referred to the Dean of Students’ Office for review.

Bathroom break leads to trouble

A student living in deKiewiet Tower reported that his laptop was stolen from his room while he left to use the restroom, according to Lafferty. The room and suite door were unlocked while he was gone.The incident occurred on Friday, April 4 between 9:45 and 9:55 p.m. The student has not yet filed a police report and the suspect has not been identified.

Wallet stolen from practice room

An undergraduate student claimed that her wallet was stolen from an unlocked practice room in an unidentified building, according to Lafferty. She left her wallet in a jacket pocket. The student reported that the wallet contained cash, credit cards and some personal items. The student was away from her belongings for two hours, from 4 to 6 p.m. There was no police report filed.

Left-behind briefcase removed

A student at the Eastman School of Music accidently left his briefcase in a practice room on Thursday, March 27, and returned the next day to find his possessions, including a laptop and iPod, gone.

The victim intended to file a police report at a later date, according to Lafferty.

Information provided by UR Security. Leber is a member of the class of 2011.



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