UVM Police needs you assistance in identifying this person who is a person of interest in the recent thefts around campus.

UNIVERSITY OF VERMONT POLICE SERVICES

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Incident Type

Thefts from several UVM buildings

Date/Time of Incident

Tuesday, October 8th through Friday, October 11th, 2013

Location

 Mostly Academic buildings - University of Vermont

Date/Time Reported

 Multiple dates reported

Incident Number(s)

13UV008309, 8311, 8339 and 8363

Suspect(s)

Name/age/city& state of residence/description

 Caucasian male with a darker complexion, clean shaven, short but "scruffy" dark brown hair, brown eyes, 5’11” - 6’1” in height, thin build, approximate age: early 20s. The subject was last seen wearing tight tan khaki pants, a blue sweater, and a pressed collared white button down shirt with the collar and cuffs exposed.

Disposition

Open Investigation

Investigating/Contact Officer(s)

Detective O’Neil, Officers Collins and Sioss

Supervisor Approval (Date/Time)

DC Bilodeau 10.14.13

 

COMPOSITE Available / Attached:   Yes X    No          

 

SUMMARY:  UVM Police is currently investigating several incidents involving thefts from UVM buildings. A composite picture of the suspect is attached below.  Anyone with information regarding the UVM burglary and/or larcenies, please contact UVM Police at 1-802-656-3473.

 

Purses, cash, cell phones and laptops have been taken from unlocked and unoccupied offices. A witness found the above described male in an office rifling through belongings. 

 

The Police need your assistance in solving these crimes.  Police Services wishes to remind the community that if you see something” suspicious (suspicious behavior) or concerning behavior or someone seems out of place in a non-public space ask them if you can help and “say something” by calling Police Services immediately.   Police Services needs to hear from you and will either provide guidance or response. 

We are reminding the community to secure your belongings and not leave items unattended. Remember: “IF YOU LIKE IT… LOCK IT…HIDE IT…TAKE IT WITH YOU.”

 

 

PREVENTING A THEFT:

NEVER LEAVE YOUR ROOM OR VEHICLE UNLOCKED AND UNOCCUPIED, OR YOUR VALUABLES UNATTENDED OR VISIBLE.


PERSON of Interest


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