Campus Safety and Security
Theft - Jenkins Hall, 4th floor - On Nov. 12th at 4:05 PM, two unattended laptop computers belonging to graduate students were taken from an unlocked and unattended 4th floor lab. Both students had left the lab and were in different rooms when the property was taken. One of the students saw a suspicious female on the 4th floor prior to the computers being taken. The suspicious female later accompanied a male as they walked away from the building. The area was canvassed by Campus officers with negative results. Investigation continuing.
Description of Suspects:
1. White female, early 20's, 5'4" tall, shoulder-length dirty blonde hair, wearing a green sweater, grey stone-washed jeans, chestnut-colored bedroom slippers, neon green & black striped socks, carrying a black backpack.
2. White male, tan complexion, early 20's, 5'6" tall, heavy build, dark hair, wearing a black jacket, blue jeans and a greenish knit cap, carrying a black backpack.
Unarmed Robbery of Non-Affiliate - 2700 Blk. St. Paul St. (west side) - On Nov. 15th at 2:20 PM, two males robbed a non-affiliate of a messenger bag, sport coat and wallet. Baltimore Police responded. Investigation continuing. See details in Security Alert at http://www.jhu.edu/security/SA2013Fa04.pdf
Theft - 100 Blk. E. 33rd St. (odd-numbered side) - On Nov. 16th between 2:00 AM and 1:30 PM, an Xbox 360, nine games and four controllers were taken from undergraduates' residence. There was no sign of forced entry to the house. Baltimore Police responded. Investigation continuing.
Attempted Burglary (Private Residence) - 3300 Blk. Guilford Ave. (odd-numbered side) - On Nov. 12th at 7:57 PM, a School of Public Health graduate student was awakened by a person attempting to open her unlocked rear window which is accessible by a fire escape. No entry was gained. Baltimore Police responded. Investigation continuing.
When traveling at night use the Blue Jay Shuttle service at 410-516-8700. Blue Jay Shuttle Vans are operational from 5:45 PM to 4:00 AM.
All students are welcome to participate in the security ride along program.
This report is posted on http://www.jhu.edu/~security and distributed to the Residential Advisors.