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1. On Tuesday, Jan. 22, a man at the Robert B. Goergen Athletic Center was uncooperative when staff requested he leave due to improper gym attire.

According to UR Security Investigator Roger Keirsbilck, the man refused staff requests to change into appropriate clothing.

The man told responding officers that he has worn the same type of attire in the past without incident. Officers pointed out signs regarding proper attire to the man. The man attempted to change his clothing but he still did not comply.
Officers requested that the man leave, and he abided.

Laptop left in laundry room

2. On Sunday, Jan. 20, at approximately 10 p.m., a student reported leaving his laptop unattended in the Gilbert Hall laundry room.

When the student discovered the laptop missing, he waited before reporting the theft, hoping someone would return it.
The student also filed a report with Rochester Police, according to Keirsbilck.

Man flees to Riverview to escape beating

3. On Wednesday, Jan. 23, security received a call from a non-affiliated man who said he was at the Riverview Apartments and needed assistance.

According to responding officers, he appeared to have been in a physical altercation.

The man said he had gotten into an argument with his girlfriend who lived several blocks away. When the girlfriend’s family began to beat him, he fled to Riverview.

Rochester Police were contacted, and they escorted the man back to the house for further follow up.

Suspicious women peruse bookstore

4. On Friday, Jan. 25, employees at the University bookstore reported two suspicious females in the store, yet again.
The women, who did not appear to be college students, walked around the textbook area. They picked up several books, but when staff asked if they needed assistance they declined.
A few minutes later, the females left the books in another area and exited the store. They then entered a waiting car and drove away.

Staff checked the books left behind but could not determine if any books were missing.

Responding officers searched for the vehicle unsuccessfully.

Remus is a member of the class of 2016.

Information provided by UR Security.

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