Police Beat: Nov. 7-13

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BYU

Theft

Nov. 9 – A bicycle was reported stolen and the lock cut at a Helaman Halls bike rack.

Nov. 9 – An unattended laptop was reported stolen in the Joseph Smith Building.

Criminal Mischief

Nov. 8 – Spray paint damage was reported on the Y Trail.

Nov. 9 – A cardboard cutout encouraging mask-wearing was reported damaged in the Ezra Taft Benson Building.

Property Damage

Nov. 11 – A chain link fence near the Leo B. Ellsworth Building was reported damaged.

Provo

Theft

Nov. 7 – Property theft was reported near 900 West and 1400 North.

Nov. 8 – A bicycle was reported stolen from a parking garage near 1500 North on University Avenue.

Nov. 9 – An enclosed trailer was reported stolen from the parking lot of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints meetinghouse at 4506 Timpview Drive.

Nov. 9 – Prescription medications were reported stolen during an open house at a residence near 600 North on Riderwood Way.

Nov. 10 – A bicycle was reported stolen near 100 West and 880 North.

Nov. 11 – Property theft was reported near 3600 North on Canyon Road.

Word of Advice

Holiday package thefts tend to rise November-December. If you are not going to be home when a package is being delivered, consider other options such as having the package delivered to your workplace, having it dropped at the back door of your house instead of the front, or picked up by a neighbor.

Vehicle theft also rises at this time of year when car owners leave their vehicles running, unattended, to warm up.

As always, report anything suspicious to the Provo Police Department.

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