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By Kristopher Califano
Arizona Daily Wildcat
Thursday February 13, 2003

A UA student lost his watch Monday while inside a campus building, reports stated.

He told police he last saw his watch while he was on the north side of the Chemistry and Biological Sciences building, 1340 E. University Blvd., at approximately 10 a.m. The student didn't know the serial number, reports stated.

Police do not know who stole a UA student's bike seat Jan. 25, reports stated.

The student parked her bike in the morning outside the Music building, 1003 N. Olive Ave. When she returned later that morning the seat was gone.

A $300 welding machine was stolen from a UA lock shop, reports stated.

Employees at the lock shop noticed the machine missing Monday, but don't know when it was stolen. They told police that the machine was last used before winter break.

The chain that locks the machine to its generator was cut.

There are no suspects and no witnesses at this time. Police told employees at the shop to notify them if employees remember anyone suspicious around the shop.

A UA student's clothes and CDs were stolen from her jeep Monday while it was parked on campus, reports stated.

The student parked her jeep at 8:30 a.m. at 1224 N. Martin Ave. When she returned a few hours later a 12-inch slash had been made in her plastic-canopy window, reports stated.

She told police that some clothes, 40 CDs and a pair of sunglasses were missing. The stolen items are worth approximately $307, but the student does not know the value of the damaged window, reports stated.

Somebody stole a UA student's sweater Sunday from inside a campus building, reports stated.

The student told police that he left his $40 sweater in an unlocked locker inside the Student Union Memorial Center, 1303 E. University Blvd., reports stated.

When he returned five hours later the sweater was gone.

There are no suspects and no witnesses, reports stated.

A campus vending machine was broken into Sunday, reports stated.

Arizona Health and Science Center employees told police that money was stolen from the Pepsi vending machine inside the Comstock, 1451 N. Warren Ave.

Police inspected the machine and noticed that the bill acceptor had been pried open.

Officers found a shirt, a crowbar and a brick on the floor near the machine, reports stated.

Officers fingerprinted the machine, but don't know if any sodas were stolen.

Police set up yellow tape around the machine before and spoke with Pepsi employees about the machine.

Pepsi employees said that the machine would be repaired or removed in a few days.

There are no suspects and no witnesses.

A UA student's bike was stolen from a campus library last week, reports stated.

The student used a cable Feb. 4 to lock his $100 bike to the racks near the Main Library, 1520 E. University Blvd., report stated.

He noticed the bike missing Sunday. There are no suspects and no witnesses.

A UA student's stereo was stolen from his car Sunday while it was parked at a campus gym, reports stated.

The student parked near the Student Recreation Center, 1420 E. Seventh St., at 8:20 a.m. When he returned at 7 p.m. he noticed that the keyhole on his driver side door was punched in, reports stated.

His $220 stereo was also missing, reports stated.

There are no suspects and no witnesses.

A UA student believes he lost his cellular phone Feb. 7 when he knocked it off his belt clip, reports stated.

The student said that he could have lost it near the Cochise Residence Hall, 1018 E. South Campus Drive, when he was moving items from his car to the South ROTC building, 1042 E. South Campus Drive, reports stated.

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