Oct. 31 – A suspicious vehicle was reported in the MTC parking lot. Officers found three female occupants listening to music in the car.
Oct. 31 – The cause has not been determined for a small fire started in a dryer in the Wyview laundry facility.
Nov. 1 – Individuals dressed up in Halloween costumes were reported for posing for pictures with the Karl Maeser statue. The individuals were contacted by an officer and left without incident.
Nov. 2 – A Jeep Cherokee was reportedly abandoned in Lot 23 near Heritage Halls and was tagged to be towed in 10 days if not moved.
Nov. 3 – A bike was reported stolen and the cable lock cut at a bike rack near Helaman Halls.
Nov. 3 – A skateboarder who reported he was practicing skiing was observed being pulled behind a truck in Parking Lot No. 9 near the Joseph Smith Building. University police responded and warned the participants.
Nov. 4 – Graffiti was found on a concrete wall near a dumpster at Heritage Halls.
Nov. 4 – A child was reportedly bitten by a dog at Wyview Park and required medical attention.
Oct. 31 – Property theft was reported near 100 South and 300 West.
Oct. 31 – A bicycle was reported stolen from a parking garage near 1300 North on Freedom Boulevard.
Nov. 1 – A bicycle was reported stolen from a parking garage near 900 North and 50 East.
Nov. 1 – Property theft was reported at a residence near 200 East and 100 North.
Nov. 2 – Property theft was reported at a residence near 1300 West and 500 North.
Nov. 2 – A bicycle was reported stolen from a parking garage near 1000 East on Center Street.
Nov. 3 – Property theft was reported at a construction site near 500 West and 1820 South.
Nov. 3 – Property theft was reported near 100 East and 300 South.
Nov. 5 – Property theft was reported near 1400 North on State Street.
Nov. 5 – Property theft and deception were reported near 200 North and 2970 West.
Motor Vehicle Theft
Nov. 2 – An automobile was reported stolen near 400 South and 400 West.
Nov. 2 – An automobile was reported stolen near 2100 West on Center Street.
Nov. 4 – An automobile was reported stolen near 1600 South on State Street.
Nov. 2 – An individual reported being raped near 100 South and 300 West.
Campus Theft Warning
Be on the lookout for a male suspect who may be associated with recent thefts of wallets and purses in open offices on campus.
The suspect is a white male in his forties with short snow-white hair. He is of medium build and is between 5’7″ and 5’9″ with a possible lazy eye and occasionally wearing eyeglasses. He usually carries some type of a bag over his shoulder, wears a brown or beaded bracelet on his left wrist, and usually has his pants rolled/cuffed above his shoes.
If you recognize this man or see him on campus, notify BYU Police Investigations at (801) 422-5216.