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Expensive camera stolen from Spiritual Center

By Colleen Murphy
News Editor

Campus Police were called to a small fire in a trash can that had already been put out by a student on Tuesday, Feb. 10. At around 6:15 p.m. a student saw paper towels “glowing” in a trash can of the men’s bathroom on the first floor of the Chemistry Building. The student put water on the flames, and according to Campus Police, the fire was out and an odor of smoke lingered upon their arrival at the scene.

A camera bag that held a camera and other items was taken from the Spiritual Center sometime between 5 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 6, and 9 a.m. on Sunday, Feb. 8. A student went into the Meditation Room for a scheduled meditation session, and after 20 minutes, the student returned to her dorm, forgetting the camera bag she brought to the session underneath a chair. When the student realized her camera was missing on Sunday, she returned to the Spiritual Center and could not find it. The camera is valued at $1,020, according to Campus Police.

Two cymbals were stolen from the Music Building sometime between Saturday, Nov. 29, 2014, and Friday, Feb. 6, according to Campus Police. The items were taken while the building was under construction, and so the room where they were stored was not secured. The first cymbal is a custom 20’’ Zildjian ping ride cymbal valued at $235. The second is a 16’’ Dream Bliss cymbal valued at $89.

Anyone with information can contact Campus Police at 609-771-2345.

Colleen Murphy
Editor-in-Chief

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