Smashed Window

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1. On Feb. 18, at 1:36 p.m., officers responded to a reported burglary inside Spurrier Gym, UR  Security Investigator Roger Keirsbilck said.

Officers discovered that people had entered the building through the mechanical room on the basement level sometime over the weekend.

Once inside the mechanical room, the intruders smashed a window, gaining access to the pool area. The intruders apparently went into the pool area, where graffiti and empty beer bottles were found. A door handle near the rear of the building was also damaged.

Rochester Police responded and found nothing missing at the time.

Unauthorized visitor at Sibley Music Library

2. On Feb. 15, at 6:29 p.m., an unauthorized man  was reported at the Eastman’s Sibley music Library, Keirsbilck said.

Officers found the man in one of the private rooms within the library, with the lights off, listening to his ipod.

The man admitted that he was not affiliated with UR and that he came to the library to use the internet.

The man was escorted from the building and banned from returning.

Man requests room in SBA

3. On Feb. 14, at 10:00 p.m., a student working the service desk in Susan B. Anthony when she was approached by a man who told her he was a new student at UR.

The student asked the man what room was his, to which he replied that he needed a room with a bed.

The man could not give clear answers about his room or any classes he was taking and repeatedly asked for a room with a bed.

After several minutes  conversing with the student, the man left and walked towards the University Health Services building.

Officers could not find the man, according to Keirsbilck.

Man tries to warm up in ECB

4. On Feb. 14, at 12:54 a.m., a security officer at the Eastman Commons Building front door saw a man follow a student into the building.

The man did not appear to be of college age and did not have an ID.

When questioned, the man said he was not affiliated with UR and admitted to entering the building to get warm.

According to Keirsbilck, the male was cooperative and left the property.

Remus is a member of the class of 2016.

Information provided by UR Security.

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