Projector snatched from Children's Health Center
An employee reported Jan. 9 the theft of a $6,650 Sony LCD projector from a conference room in the Children's Health Center. It is not known when the projector was last seen in the conference room. The projector was missing at 9:30 a.m. Jan. 6.
Snowball damages dorm window
An employee reported damage to a window in the House EE commons room Jan. 9. The employee said that sometime around 7:30 p.m. Jan. 9 someone threw a snowball at the window, causing the glass to crack. The damage to the window is $100.
Items stolen from car in jogging trail lot
A visitor reported Jan. 8 a break-in to her 1999 Dodge Durango at the Highway 751 jogging trail lot. The visitor reported that she parked her vehicle in the lot between 1:30 and 3 p.m. Jan. 2. She did not notice any damage to her vehicle when she returned, but found out several days later that $100 in cash and a credit card were taken from her vehicle. The credit card was used fraudulently later in the day Jan. 2, permitting the victim to determine when the card was stolen.
Locker ransacked over winter break
A student reported Jan. 8 the theft of a textbook and a computer cable from a locker at the law school. The student said he last knew the items were in his locker when he left for the semester break Dec. 18. When he returned Jan. 7, he found that his lock had been cut off his locker and his belongings were missing. The textbook and computer cable are valued at $80.
Books and personal papers missing after bookbag pinched
An employee reported the theft of her bookbag containing two books and personal papers from a nursing station in Duke Hospital. The employee said she knew her bookbag was at the desk at 4 a.m. Jan. 3 and it was missing at 6:15 a.m. Jan. 3. The bookbag and contents are valued at $40.
Employee's keys taken from desk
An employee reported Jan. 8 the theft of an $18 set of keys from her office in the Duke Clinics building. The employee said she left her keys on her desk around noon Jan. 7. She noticed that the keys were missing when she was preparing to leave later that day.
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