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Computers stolen in UH-Manoa burglary

By Star-Advertiser staff

LAST UPDATED: 06:40 a.m. HST, Oct 12, 2012

Police and University of Hawaii at Manoa campus security are seeking the public’s assistance after four computers were apparently stolen from a building on campus sometime between Friday afternoon and Saturday morning.

According to a UH alert, a faculty member discovered the computers missing from Dean Hall on Saturday morning. They were last seen around 4:30 p.m. on Friday.

Campus Security said the burglar or burglars entered through a window.

Anyone with information about this incident is asked to call Campus Security at 956-6911 or the Honolulu Police Department.

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olos73 wrote:
UH Manoa just can't keep out of the news lately. What, no alarms or surveillance cameras?
on September 2,2012 | 08:26PM
Ewasohappy wrote:
Why worry about some stolen computers, the taxpayers will replace them.
on September 3,2012 | 07:18AM
bobbob wrote:
the security is always asleep.
on September 2,2012 | 11:26PM
allie wrote:
yup..no incentive to protect property or lives
on September 3,2012 | 09:39AM
HOSSANA wrote:
The first suspects should be the security that were on duty that night. I hope the Chief of Security don't give me this hogwash that they're short on manpower and all that other garbage. Interview the security personnel working that night before they start searching in the dark for a needle in the haystack which they WILL NEVER FIND.........
on September 3,2012 | 12:36AM
kailua000 wrote:
now UH cant even remember to lock their windows! Maybe UH should put alarms in the buildings/rooms with valuables, and only he profs know he codes. cheaper than what the losses cost.
on September 3,2012 | 05:01AM
peanutgallery wrote:
Can you spell "inside job"?
on September 3,2012 | 06:32AM
WesleySMori wrote:
on September 3,2012 | 06:13PM
sukebesan wrote:
Too bad the thieves didn't steal Deadwood and Rotten Apple while there.
on September 3,2012 | 07:14AM
inverse wrote:
Deadwood and rotten apples? Why would theives steal garbage? I bet those four computers stolen where top of the line faculty computers such as the IMacs that cost up to $2000 each. In the words of Maverick in the movie Top Gun, UH Manoa is a 'target rich' environment for theives, pervs and incompetent employees to get paid big money to do absolutely nothing or be easy patsies to be conned out of $200,000 and then spend another million trying to fix the mess.
on September 3,2012 | 09:34AM
allie wrote:
on September 3,2012 | 09:38AM
nitpikker wrote:
again UH admin. is spreading their foul disease all over campus!! greenwood is a plague!!
on September 3,2012 | 08:43AM
allie wrote:
She was always a short-termer.
on September 3,2012 | 09:38AM
mrluke wrote:
Why blame Security when some lolo from staff apparently left the open window?
on September 3,2012 | 11:44AM
inverse wrote:
I don't think so. Pretty sure Dean Hall is airconditioned so there is no reason or desire to open any building windows. More like no active patrols or camera suveillance system on the Manoa campus EXCEPT maybe the UH presidents and Manoa chancellors office that must have the best security alarm systems that money can buy.
on September 3,2012 | 12:30PM
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on September 3,2012 | 06:16PM
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