Police Beat

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    By Heidi Poelman

    STALKING

    A female student reported on Tuesday, June 5, that her ex-boyfriend might be stalking her. She said he has been trying to re-contact her even though she does not want to stay in touch. Police are investigating.

    CRIMINAL MISCHIEF

    A juvenile was found rollerblading on the handrails of the old McDonalds Health Center on Tuesday at 12:30 p.m. He was arrested for criminal mischief.

    STOLEN BIKE

    A $350 green Schwin bicycle was reported stolen from Heritage Halls sometime between April 30 and May 15. The bike had been locked up. Police have no suspects.

    MISSING CELL PHONES

    A university employee left his $250 cell phone in the Morris Center on June 4 at 4:30 p.m. He came back and the phone was missing. Police have no suspects.

    Another cell phone was reported missing from the Erying Science Center. The student left his phone under a chair to go to Sacrament Meeting on May 6. When he came back to get the phone, it was gone. Police have no suspects.

    STOLEN LAPTOP

    A student reported his $2,000 Sony laptop stolen on June 2 at 1 p.m. The computer was left in the Kimball Tower. Police have no suspects.

    STOLEN STEREO

    A $315 stereo was stolen out of a Jeep in the Marriott Center on May 31 at 2:20 p.m. The owner of the vehicle was visiting the campus for the day. Police have no suspects.

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