Campus & Community

Police reports

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Following are some of the incidents reported to the Harvard University Police Department (HUPD) for the week ending March 1. The official log is located at 1033 Massachusetts Ave., sixth floor.

Feb. 22: Four fleece blankets, two reams of paper, and four spiral notebooks were reported stolen from the Harvard Coop. A Harvard ID was reported stolen from the Malkin Athletic Center. Officers were dispatched to Gund Hall on a report of a larceny in progress. A Harvard affiliate confronted the larceny suspect who then dropped some items belonging to the affiliate before fleeing the building with a black bag and cell phone. Officers searched the area with negative results. A laptop and carrying case were reported stolen from the Littauer Center.

Feb. 23: A digital camera was reported stolen from the Taubman Center. Several computer parts were reported stolen from Hawes Hall. A harassing phone call was reported received at Pierce Hall. A set of keys and a Harvard ID were reported stolen from Hemenway Gym.

Feb. 24: A backpack and several books were reported stolen from Adams House Dining Hall.

Feb. 25: Officers were dispatched to Mt. Auburn and Linden streets to assist the Cambridge Police Department in the arrest of an individual (for open and gross behavior). At the Science Center, an officer extinguished a small fire in a trash barrel caused by a discarded cigarette. A cell phone was reported stolen from Baker Hall.

Feb. 26: Harassing phone calls were reported received at Quincy House.

Feb. 27: A bicycle and lock were reported stolen from the bike rack outside Adams House.

Feb. 28: At Thayer Hall, a windowpane was reported broken from vandalism. Laptop computers were reported stolen from 12 Oxford St. and Gund Hall. At Eliot House, an officer took a report of suspicious activity involving a Harvard ID and a check. An officer took a report of a rental scam at 20 Prescott St. The reporting individual stated that a $1,200 deposit was not returned. An officer was dispatched to Loker Commons to take a report of a dispute over a pool game in which an individual allegedly threw a pool ball at someone.