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 Sept. 17. The official log is located at 1033 Massachusetts Ave., sixth floor, and is available online at

Sept. 14: At Gund Hall, officers assisted the Cambridge Police Department (CPD) with an individual who was struck by a motor vehicle. The individual was transported via ambulance to a medical facility. Two framed pictures valued at $100 and a bronze colored nameplate valued at $50 were reported stolen from Gordon Hall. Suspicious e-mails were reported received at Larsen Hall. An iPod was reported stolen at Dunster House. A wallet containing a license, credit cards, and $15 was reported stolen at Gund Hall. At 125 Western Ave., an individual who wished to report a theft approached an officer. The individual stated that upon their arrival at work they noticed several items missing, including a hand drill, a socket set, and six rolling carts valued at $390. The officer then observed that the third floor window of the building had been smashed.

Sept. 15: At Langdon Street and Massachusetts Avenue, an officer assisted CPD in taking a report of an indecent assault. The incident is being handled by CPD and the victim is not an affiliate of the University. An unattended gym bag containing several personal items was reported stolen at Hemenway Gym.

Sept. 16: Officers were dispatched to Bright Hockey Center on a report of a theft in progress. They were informed that cash in the amount of $450 was stolen from several unattended backpacks. Officers searched the area for the suspect and located an individual (accompanied by another person) that matched a description provided earlier. After a field interview and running the individuals for warrants with negative results, the individuals were sent on their way. Later that afternoon, officers were informed that several other individuals at Bright Hockey Center were the victims of theft. Two iPods, an iPod charger, and cash in the amount of $445 were reported stolen from unattended backpacks.

Sept. 17: An ID card was reported stolen at Lowell House. A TV camera was reported stolen from Agassiz Theatre.