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UH-Manoa hit again in burglary

By Star-Advertiser staff

LAST UPDATED: 08:08 a.m. HST, Oct 12, 2012

Thieves stole more computers from University of Hawaii at Manoa classrooms in the second reported break-in in as many months.

According to campus security, four classrooms were broken into early Thursday morning and iMac computers were taken.

Door locks to the rooms in Saunders Hall were pried open just before 2 a.m., campus security said.

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

In September, four computers were stolen from Dean Hall. The burglars entered the building through a window, according to campus sercurity.

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Ewasohappy wrote:
Alarm systems and security cameras are available, why not install them?
on October 12,2012 | 07:49AM
busterb wrote:
Eh, first things first! Can't you see that pouring another $.7 million into the President's house where the President refuses to live is of higher priority?
on October 12,2012 | 08:55AM
Publicbraddah wrote:
Withhold some of the high contracts for administrators and apply it for student safety.
on October 12,2012 | 08:37AM
HOSSANA wrote:
There should be an internal investigation starting with the security staff first and foremost. Too suspicious of all these robberies on campus esp. in classroom bldgs. and now dorm rooms locked or unlocked. Something smells!!
on October 12,2012 | 08:42AM
olos73 wrote:
Money at UH is going to wrong places. No security for students (dorm break ins, assaults, rapes, theft), and for items of value, such as computers. Anybody seen any pics of suspects on campus? Any descriptions of suspects? Nothing...
on October 12,2012 | 09:01AM
busthalfnut wrote:
security cameras instead of Greenwood, Apple, Lendio and Chow
on October 12,2012 | 09:14AM
loquaciousone wrote:
UH sure seems to have a lot of criminal activity going on. Did all the security staff go to the Stevie Wonder vision classes?
on October 12,2012 | 09:29AM
iwanaknow wrote:
Drugs are a powerful motivation to steal for gain.
on October 12,2012 | 10:00AM
nodaddynotthebelt wrote:
They should make it mandatory that all convicted burglars serve at least three years in prison before they are let out. A second conviction should make it a mandatory five years in prison. As it is, many do not even serve time. Our justice is so messed up. The criminals risk very little for their life of crime. They know that they will only do little time, if any.
on October 12,2012 | 10:11AM
McCully wrote:
What can you do when some of the security are sleeping or at 7-11 down the road on dole st.
on October 12,2012 | 10:37AM
mctruck wrote:
Whose responsibility does over-sight of UH security come under?, fire that person. Maybe these are issues the legislature should be asking questions about and making decisions about as well; or is the plate too full already???
on October 12,2012 | 11:37AM
alcohen wrote:
As a parent of a on-campus daughter, i am deeply concerned with the repeated criminal activities on campus. In the 2 years she has benn there we have been warned of burglaries, sexual assaults and various criminal activities. Please protect our children.
on October 12,2012 | 02:57PM
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