University police investigate thefts, ask you to check offices

As noted by email, UW-Green Bay Police staff members are investigating the theft of wireless laser/classroom transmitters from MAC Hall classrooms sometime around 7:30 and 8:30 p.m. on Monday, July 8, 2019. Campus security cameras showed teenage suspects that are allegedly responsible, tampering with vending machines and public area artwork, and removing classroom clickers from unlocked MAC Hall classrooms. In addition the suspects were seen walking in the following areas: all four floors of Lab Sciences, Cofrin Library (floors 1 and 8), Instructional Services, Environmental Sciences (floors 2 and 3), University Union (inside/outside) and Student Services (exterior).

University Police have identified and are interviewing the suspects to determine the scope of their involvement. Due to the time delay before classes start, staff and faculty are asked to check their respective offices or classrooms in the areas indicated above and report any vandalism, theft or suspicious circumstances to University Police. As in the past, faculty and staff are asked to continue to secure their offices and to report any suspicious activity.

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