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Quiet Week For Harvard Policemen

By Russ Muirhead

The Harvard Police reported no serious crimes last week, but did report a variety of minor crimes.

Thursday the police responded to a call that reported four white males loitering in the basement of the Harvard Crimson. One broke a front door window on his way out of the building.

The four left in a car and no arrests were made.

Also on Thursday, a man was found in a Jordan Co-op room, going through the resident's belongings. The suspect, a black male of about 25 years, escaped down Shepherd Street toward Massachusetts Avenue. No arrest was made.

A wallet containing $12 was stolen from the Science Center Wednesday. No suspects were identified.

A rock was thrown through a window of Adams House's H-entry around 7 p.m. Tuesday, causing $50 worth of damage. No suspects were identified.

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