Police Beat

By Michelle Roberts

Arizona Daily Wildcat

A student employee at the Main Library reported that a man was following her and staring at her on Wednesday night.

The student reported that a white male in his 30s with a red face and short brown hair had been following her, staring at her and sitting at whatever table she sat at since the spring semester.

She reported that she felt annoyed, harassed and scared by his actions.

The suspect is not a student, but had a 1994 student ID card and said that he is often at the library.

Officers warned him that he could be arrested if his actions continued and that the employee could file for a protection order.

About $330 worth of new clothing was stolen from a booth in the Fiddlee Fig Aug. 17.

A student reported that he left a burgundy Guess? T-shirt, two pairs of Guess? jeans, a Guess? denim jacket and a pair of Levi's at a booth while he went to purchase a meal.

After the meal, he left without realizing he had forgotten his newly purchased clothing. He checked the Student Union lost and found, but the clothing had not been not turned in.

Police have no suspects.

Computer software and manuals valued at $220 were stolen from an office in the Physics and Atmospheric Sciences building sometime between Friday and Tuesday.

On Friday afternoon, a university employee left manuals for Microsoft Windows 95, Excel 95 and Word 95, as well as the disks for Excel and Word on his desk.

He realized they were gone around 5 p.m. on Tuesday.

Approximately 10 people have keys to the office, but the employee reported that there is a lot of student traffic during the day, and he left the office unlocked or open several times Monday and Tuesday.

Police have no suspects.

Police Beat is compiled from official University of Arizona Police Department reports.

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