Following are some of the incidents reported to the Harvard University Police Department for the week ending Oct. 4. The official log is located at 1033 Massachusetts Ave., sixth floor.
Sept. 28: A set of door handles were reported removed from a set of doors at the Cronkhite Graduate Center. A pocketbook with cash was reported stolen at Eliot House. A harassing phone call was reported received at 60 Garden St. An officer was dispatched on a report of a suspicious person in Gund Hall. Officers located the individual, who had a previous trespass warning issued for all University property, then arrested the individual for trespassing. The fraudulent use of a credit card was reported at the Harvard Institute of Medicine. At Boylston Hall, officers were dispatched to remove an individual refusing to leave the building. After determining that the individual had been issued a previous trespass warning, the officers arrested the individual for trespassing.
Sept. 29: A wallet was reported stolen from Mallinckrodt Lab. An officer was dispatched to Gutman Library to take a report of unauthorized access and use of a personal account.
Oct. 1: A backpack was reported stolen at the Science Center. An officer was dispatched to the Littauer Center lot to take a report of property damage to a parked motor vehicle from a hit and run. A laptop was reported stolen from 18 Shaler Lane. A vending machine was reported vandalized at Currier House.
Oct. 3: Officers assisted the Boston Police Department on Park Drive in attempting to locate several people wanted for questioning for a possible attempted armed robbery. Suspects were gone on arrival.
Oct. 4: Officers and Environmental Health & Safety were dispatched to the New Research Building on a report of a minor chemical spill. Environmental Health & Safety confirmed that the spill was cleaned up and the lab reopened.
Since Sept. 28, seven bicycles have been reported stolen.