Several bicycles were reported stolen outside of the Math Business and Computer Center and the Technology building last week, according to Chief of Campus Safety Jim Rudy.
In the first reported incident, a bicycle was secured with a cable lock outside of the MBCC around 10 a.m. and was gone when the owner returned at 7 p.m., Rudy said.
On Nov. 10, another bicycle was stolen by the Technology building around 3 a.m. the bicycle was not locked, according to Rudy.
Graffiti was discovered in the men’s bathroom by the Science Hall on Oct. 31.
An image of a swastika had allegedly been drawn on the wall. No suspect was found, Rudy said.
A campus alert was sent out to students informing them of the incident.
Campus security footage shows two people entering the northside gate of the student center construction site on Nov. 1 and stealing a dirt compactor, Rudy said.
On Thursday about $30 worth of copper wiring from a distribution transformer was reportedly stolen from the student housing construction site and the suspects allegedly caused $45,000 worth of damage during the incident, tearing apart the transformer to get to the copper wire, according to Rudy.
— The Crime Blotter was compiled by Trevor Michaels from Campus Safety reports.