Police Beat: Oct. 31-Nov. 6

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Suspicious

Oct. 31 – A suspicious vehicle was reported in the MTC parking lot. Officers found three female occupants listening to music in the car.

Fire

Oct. 31 – The cause has not been determined for a small fire started in a dryer in the Wyview laundry facility.

Citizen Contact

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.

Abandoned Vehicle

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.

Theft

Nov. 3 – A bike was reported stolen and the cable lock cut at a bike rack near Helaman Halls.

Traffic Offense

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.

Criminal Mischief

Nov. 4 – Graffiti was found on a concrete wall near a dumpster at Heritage Halls.

Animal Problem

Nov. 4 – A child was reportedly bitten by a dog at Wyview Park and required medical attention.


Provo

Theft

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.

Sexual Assault

Nov. 2 – An individual reported being raped near 100 South and 300 West.


Campus Theft Warning

BYU Police warn the campus community to be on the look out for this man suspected of theft. (University Communications)

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.

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