Theft in locked staff offices and graffiti vandalism on campus

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PATRICK MARAVELIAS, Channels Staff

March 11 – 7 a.m.

Campus Security was notified that two locations on campus had been vandalized by graffiti. Security believes that the same person is responsible for both instances. The word “GOON” was spray-painted onto the side of portable building West Campus Classroom 301. The word “POW” was also spray-painted onto the side of Business-Communications Center Room 222. The identity of the perpetrator is unknown.

March 12 – 2 p.m.

Security received a report that a staff member came back to her locked office only to discover her purse had been stolen. The purse was stolen from an office in the Administration Building sometime between 8:45 a.m. and noon. The staff member reported that she had left her office locked and used her key to unlock it when she returned.

March 12 – 2 p.m.

Security received another report around the same time that another staff member had items stolen from her purse. A black bag with a gold bracelet was taken, along with her driver’s license, various ATM and credit cards, $20 in cash and her car keys. The purse was also left in a locked office in the Humanities Building, and was taken sometime between 9 a.m. and 1:15 p.m. It is not known whether or not the two events are related.