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Protective Services Briefs – week of September 20/18

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Summer bike thefts: Between May 1 and Sept. 7, Protective Services has received 57 bicycle-theft reports.

Here are some tips to prevent bike thefts: lock up your bicycle with a quality U lock or chain lock, do not rely solely on a cable lock to secure your bicycle, do not leave your bicycle parked overnight, and register your bicycle on the Saskatoon Police Service website. Registering your bike will record the serial number, make and model in case your bicycle is ever stolen.

Bike theft: On the evening of Aug. 23, Protective Services responded to a bicycle theft in progress. Officers were able to locate the male suspect and arrest him without incident. The suspect also had a prohibited weapon on his person that Protective Services officers seized on the scene. The Saskatoon Police Service took custody of the suspect.

Theft in Agriculture Café: On the morning of Aug. 10, Protective Services responded to a theft in progress at the café in the Agriculture Building. Officers were able to arrest one suspect on the scene without incident. The other suspect fled on foot but was later identified. The suspects are accused of stealing several items from the café as well as several personal items from staff. Some of the items were recovered from the scene.

Safewalk reminder: Safewalk volunteers walk people safely to their destinations on or near campus Sunday to Thursday from 8:30 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. Outside of these hours, Protective Services provides free walking escorts to students, staff, faculty and campus visitors.

*Briefs provided by Protective Services.

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