Student robbed at gunpoint off East

A student reported he was robbed at gunpoint late Sunday night on Watts Street, Duke University Police Department officials announced.

The student said he was approached by an unknown man, who revealed a silver revolver and took the student's wallet, at 10:47 p.m. on the 600 block of Watts Street.

No one was injured, and the Durham Police Department is investigating the incident. Anyone with information about the robber is asked to call DPD at (919) 560-4317.

Items lifted from bed of truck

A man reported Saturday at 8:18 p.m. that a box of toilet tissue, a tackle box and two fishing poles, were stolen from the open bed of his pick-up truck. His truck had been parked unattended at 1121 West Main Street for about 20 minutes.

The estimated value of the missing items is $147.

Wallet goes missing from Brodie

A student reported that he left his wallet unsecured in Brodie Gym between 11:10 p.m. and 11:50 p.m. Saturday, March 25.

When he returned, his wallet containing three debit cards, valued at $21, was missing.

Registration tag stolen off car

An employee reported Monday morning that their N.C. vehicle registration tag was stolen overnight from 402 Oregon Street.

The tag, valued at $25, bore the number TSM3097.

Extinguisher taken from GA laundry room

An employee reported Monday that a fire extinguisher was stolen from the vicinity of the laundry room at Gilbert-Addoms dormitory. The extinguisher was valued at $30.

Skateboard stolen from bushes near BC

A student reported Monday that his skateboard, valued at $200, was stolen. The student left the skateboard in the bushes near the Bryan Center while he ran an errand inside. When he returned, it was missing.

Vehicle registration plate taken

An employee reported Monday morning that a N.C. vehicle registration plate bearing number SST6192 was stolen from the Green Zone Sunday. The plate is valued at $25.00.

Unlocked room leads to stolen items

Two students reported that they left their room door in Wannamaker dormitory unlocked and unattended at 5:00 p.m. Saturday. When they returned at 10:30 a.m. Monday, they found some items missing. Stolen were cash, an iPod, valued at $200, and a prescription, valued at $150.

Unauthorized juveniles use DukeCard

A student reported Monday that he saw two juveniles attempting to use a Duke student's DukeCard to obtain snacks out of a machine in House P. He detained the two boys, who were subsequently released to their parents. Using a DukeCard or any financial transaction card to obtain property fraudulently is a felony.

Stolen beverage accounted, paid for

An employee reported March 22 at 10:03 a.m. that a woman stole a beverage from her food stand at the Medical Center Clinic Food Court. Officers located the suspect, who admitted to the theft and paid for the beverage. No charges were filed.