A UA student called UAPD Sunday after someone entered his room and stole personal belongings valued at more than $3,000, police reports stated.
The man told police he left his room at Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity, 1420 N. Vine Ave., and let his friend stay there.
The friend said he noticed at about 4:30 a.m. Sunday the student's laptop computer was missing, but he thought that the student had taken it at some point while he was gone to use it.
The friend said he didn't notice anything else missing.
Along with the student's Toshiba Satellite laptop computer valued at an estimated $2,500, his Sony Playstation video game console valued at an estimated $100, five Playstation games valued at an estimated $250 and 30 compact discs valued at an estimated $400 were stolen, reports stated.
The student said he left the door to his room unlocked when he left it with his friend.
An officer spoke with the student's neighbors and none of them knew about the theft and didn't see anyone suspicious near the room.
Police spoke with a UA student Monday after someone smashed the rear cab window of his truck and stole clothing, reports stated.
The student said he parked his car in a lot at East Seventh Street and North Highland Avenue at about 11 a.m. and when he returned at about 12:30 p.m., a sweater and jacket were missing from his 1992 Ford pickup.
The student's sweater jacket were stolen, but other valuables in the truck were left alone.
No fingerprints were found on the truck, reports stated.
A member of a UA fraternity called police Sunday after he noticed someone stole the fraternity house's stereo, reports stated.
The member of Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity, 1420 N. Vine Ave., said the stereo was last seen in the television room of the fraternity at about 4:30 a.m.
He said he noticed it missing at about 11 a.m.
The Sony compact disc player is valued at an estimated $100 and the Sony receiver is valued at an estimated $300, reports stated.
The man said he wasn't sure who owned the stereo and none of his fraternity brothers had seen the equipment, reports stated.
University police said this incident was unrelated to another theft at the fraternity house that took place the same day.
A UAPD officer spoke with a UA student Monday after the student's car was broken into and stereo equipment was stolen, reports stated.
The student told police he parked his car in a lot near the Student Recreation Center, 1400 E. Sixth St., at about 3 a.m. and when he returned at about 1 p.m. he saw his passenger window was open and his stereo was missing.
He said he didn't remember leaving the window open and all the doors were locked on his 1996 Plymouth when he left.
The Sony AM/FM cassette stereo is valued at an estimated $310, reports stated.
The dash console was pulled out and the man also noticed a 12-inch by 6-inch yellow paint transfer on the right rear panel of the car, reports stated.
There were no cars in the area that looked as if they hit the student's and there were no fingerprints found on the car, reports stated.
A UA student called police Monday after someone stole her clothes from a laundry room at a UA residence hall, reports stated.
The student said she left her clothes in the room on the third floor of Babcock Residence Hall, 1717 E. Speedway Blvd., before she went to work at about 2:45 p.m., and when she returned to get her belongings at about 11:15 p.m., they were missing, reports stated.
A sports bra, 10 pairs of underwear, a pair of pants, a tank top and a bath towel were stolen.
Police met with a UA student Monday after someone broke into the his car and stole stereo equipment, reports stated.
The student said he parked his car at about 9 a.m. in a lot at 1050 E. Ninth St. and when he returned, his driver's side door lock had been punched out.
Whoever broke into the man's car stole two speakers valued at an estimated $60, a GPX portable compact disc player valued at an estimated $40 and a Motorola cellular phone, reports stated.
There were no fingerprints found on the vehicle.