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Police reports

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Following are some of the incidents reported to the Harvard University Police Department (HUPD) for the week ending Dec. 15. The official log is located at 1033 Massachusetts Ave., sixth floor, and is available online at

Dec. 11: An officer took a report of two stolen $25 gift cards at the New Research Building. At Austin Hall, an individual’s driver side window was smashed and a Garmin Nuvi GPS navigation device was stolen from the vehicle. Officers were dispatched to Boylston Hall to a report of a suspicious individual hanging around the bathroom. Officers arrived, conducted a field interview, and the individual was checked for warrants with negative results. The individual was placed under arrest and charged with trespassing after the officers found that the individual had a trespass warning for all Harvard University property. At Terry Terrace, officers were dispatched to a report of a threatening e-mail. Officers contacted the individual who sent the e-mail and issued the person a trespass warning for all Harvard University property.

Dec. 12: An officer assisted the Boston Police Department in making an arrest at the François-Xavier Bagnoud building. At the Faculty Club, an officer was dispatched to take a report of a stolen bicycle and cable lock. An Apple laptop was stolen at Gund Hall. At Mather Hall, a red folder containing $300 in cash was stolen. Officers were dispatched to the Northwest Science Building to take a report of a threat.

Dec. 13: The following unattended and unsecured items were stolen from Hemenway Gymnasium: a Jeanne Lottie pocketbook, Burberry wallet, $20 in cash, credit cards, ID cards, iPod, and a cell phone.

Dec. 14: At the Eliot House dining hall, an officer was dispatched to a report of a found wallet. The wallet was returned to the owner who stated that $20 in cash was missing.

Dec. 15: Officers sent an unwanted guest on their way at Holyoke Center. At the Bureau of Study Counsel, an officer was dispatched to take a report from an individual about a smashed glass display case and a broken window shutter.