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Computers reported stolen from UH's Moore Hall

By Star-Advertiser staff

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LAST UPDATED: 02:24 a.m. HST, Apr 20, 2013

Police are investigating the theft of several computers from offices at the University of Hawaii at Manoa’s Moore Hall.

The University of Hawaii at Manoa Campus Security received a report at 6:30 a.m. Friday of multiple office break-ins, according to a UH alert.







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SteveToo wrote:
What no alarm system?????????????????????????
on April 19,2013 | 07:05PM
olos73 wrote:
Nothing new. UH can't take care of their property and their students. Maybe if had some surveillance cameras, property wouldn't get stolen, and students wouldn't get assaulted, robbed, etc.
on April 19,2013 | 07:06PM
hanalei395 wrote:
Don't these not-too-bright jerks at U.H. get it? ....That unless their computers, and other stuff, are REALLY locked up ....... they must ASSUME ......... that they WILL BE stolen.
on April 19,2013 | 07:58PM
hikine wrote:
AGAIN?! What's going on with security? Might be an inside job for this to happen over and over!
on April 19,2013 | 08:37PM
niimi wrote:
Any surveillance video?
on April 19,2013 | 11:05PM
808comp wrote:
I guess not.
on April 20,2013 | 06:02AM
HAJAA1 wrote:
Crime in Manoa is a huge problem
on April 20,2013 | 04:15AM
RetiredWorking wrote:
Any statistics you can share to back up your statement?
on April 20,2013 | 05:06AM
Anonymous wrote:
Interesting how a computer theft at UHM makes such big headlines. Was there any place else yesterday in the entire city that was broken into and computers stolen? Any house break ins, anywhere? Any car break in at Ala Moana, ...oops cannot do those because they advertise in your newspaper. Any possibility of listing ALL the computer thefts of the day report so we can see if this story has any value? Seems a side passion of this newspaper is to justify all its editors sending their kids to mainland schools by find a fact wrong with UHM each and every day. Really boring folks. I know if you cannot find news you have to invent the importance of a story but this is over kill. Next we are going to get reported bike thefts at UHM? Or bike thefts in the area around UHM. Tacky. Your dislike of UHM is just a little too transparent.
on April 20,2013 | 06:30AM
Ewasohappy wrote:
Why worry? The taxpayers are only too happy to replace them.
on April 20,2013 | 07:29AM
iwanaknow wrote:
And will the computers be replaced with bigger and better?
on April 20,2013 | 07:57AM
krusha wrote:
Yep, you figure with the big deterrence of security cameras, UH would have them installed at all of their buildings by now, especially with the rash of break ins that has plagued the campus for years now. I bet just a few people are conducting these break ins, and catching them would solve a lot of these cases. If they get those guys on camera, then they probably would have caught them by now.
on April 20,2013 | 08:15AM
Maneki_Neko wrote:
Another triumph at Universiy of Hawaii. Who is in charge of this asylum?
on April 20,2013 | 08:54AM
Allenk wrote:
Oh well, they'll discuss it and then go back to conducting business as usual.
on April 20,2013 | 09:14AM
RCHamakua wrote:
Your friends, your neighbors, people, just like you and me, who work hard to move the University up into the top 20 public universities in the country, in other words to answer your question, people like you (?) and me. We are in charge of the University. Ever hear of any other break ins in the city? Is the entire city, and your neighbors when their homes are broken into, an "asylum"? Or is it easier to pick of the University because no one will defend her?
on April 20,2013 | 10:20AM
nodaddynotthebelt wrote:
Why is it that they do not have cameras installed in all the areas where they are needed? UH should partner up with a securty business to get such things in place. They could give advertising to the security firm and in return get discounted service for cameras around the campus. There are so many ways to partner up with business. I am amazed that UH does not have security cameras in place where they should be. It would not be for lack of expertise within their departments and student body. What's up UH president, committees, etc. etc.?
on April 20,2013 | 09:48AM
nodaddynotthebelt wrote:
And it seems like the UH security is worthless with all the thefts of mopeds and computers. It may be time to place a police department post there. Some universities have such posts and maybe it is time to make that change.
on April 20,2013 | 09:50AM
bustapakman wrote:
It's always the Apple brand computer that get's stolen. Why don't the administration at the UH just buy an Acer or a HP? How many people would break-in an office to steal an Acer?
on April 29,2013 | 02:32PM
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