Computers Stolen at Villanova, Eastern Student Reunited with Hers

Read about some recent thefts from local schools.

The following information was supplied by Radnor Township Police.

Two laptop computers, among other items, were stolen from an unlocked study hall in Bartley Hall at Villanova University between 1:30 and 2:15 p.m. on April 9. According to a police report, Bose headphones valued at $300, two calculators and a backpack were also taken. An Apple computer was valued at $1,600; and VU-owned Dell laptop at $1,500.

An Eastern University student is getting her computer back a few months after it was stolen. According to a police report, in January her Mac Book Pro was stolen from a room in McGinnis Hall. On April 7, she reported to police that she received a phone call from a man who told her he had her computer and wanted permission to conduct a service on it. She told him that the computer had been stolen, but the man refused to give the students the name of the client he was working for. He did agree to turn the computer over to his local police, Plymouth Township Police Department.

Two Cannon cameras belonging to Villanova University's newspaper were reported missing from the office on April 2. There were last seen on March 26, before the school's spring break.


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