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Protective Services Briefs – week of Nov 9/17

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Bicycle reunited with owner:
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On Oct. 26, Protective Services located a bicycle nearby Stadium Crescent. The bicycle’s serial number matched a stolen-property report. The bike was then returned to its owner.

Residence skirmish:
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On Oct. 27, Protective Services received a report of a fight outside of Aspen Hall, and upon arrival, the gathering of at least 40 people dispersed. Protective Services encourages anyone with information about this incident to contact them and reference file #ACT-2017-013574.

Bear spray:
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On Nov. 2, a geology student released a canister of bear spray in Room 136 of the Geology Building. No other individuals were in the room, and no injuries were reported. The incident was accidental, and precautions were taken to ensure that the room was vacated and cleaned afterwards.

Suspicious persons:
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During the week of Oct. 30, Protective Services received reports of suspicious individuals loitering on campus around drug-storage areas, but no thefts have been reported. Protective Services encourages the public to be mindful of their surroundings when in areas of drug storage and to contact Protective Services if they notice anything suspicious.

*Briefs provided by Protective Services

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