Where: C.C. Little

Monitor, chair, laptops stolen

When: Wednesday at about 2 p.m.

What: Two Dell laptops, a 19-inch LCD flatscreen monitor and an office chair were stolen from a room on the fifth floor sometime between Friday night and Monday morning, the Department of Public Safety reported. It appears that the thief or thieves used force to enter the room. The equipment is valued at about $1,700. People have no suspects.

GPS, textbooks taken from parked car

Where: Thompson Street Carport

When: Wednesday at about 11:45 a.m.

What: A GPS system, backpack and several textbooks were stolen from a Chevy Prism, DPS reported. The car’s owner returned to her car to find the front passenger side window was broken. Police have no suspects.

Vending machine glass smashed

Where: Couzens Hall

When: Thursday at about 2 a.m.

What: An unknown person broke the glass window of the building’s vending machine, DPS reported. The damage occured sometime between 10 p.m. on Wednesday and 2 a.m. on Thursday. No snacks appeared to be stolen. The machine’s contents will be kept in storage for safekeeping until the glass can be repaired. The window will cost about $30 to fix.

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