Campus & Community

Police reports

2 min read

Following are some of the incidents reported to the Harvard University Police Department (HUPD) for the week ending Nov. 12. The official log is located at 1033 Massachusetts Ave., sixth floor, and is available online at

Nov. 8: An officer was dispatched to 111 Western Ave. to take a report of vandalism. The officer was informed that there was extensive damage to a wallboard in the main lobby of the building. A vehicle’s driver’s-side wheel well was damaged by another unknown vehicle while parked in the garage at the Medical School.

Nov. 9: Two textbooks were reported stolen at Austin Hall. A laptop and iPod were reported stolen from Pforzheimer House. Suspicious e-mail and voice messages were reported received at Hauser Hall. Officers were dispatched to 33 Oxford St. on a report of an individual breaking things. Officers observed a file cabinet that had been overturned and numerous other items in disarray. Officers searched the area and located an individual who fit the description provided by the reporting party. A field interview was conducted, and the individual admitted to knocking the items over following an exchange with the reporting party. The individual was placed under arrest for malicious destruction of property valued at $250.

Nov. 10: A wallet containing an ID card, credit card, and $20 was reported stolen from Annenberg Hall.

Nov. 11: A locked mountain bike was reported stolen at the New Research Building. The reporting individual stated that their cable lock had been cut and left at the scene.