UPDATE stolen vehicle

Refresh to Stolen Vehicle Report

After an examination, the Office of Public Safety and Emergency Management has found the vehicle that was accounted for stolen from the guest parking area on grounds throughout the end of the week. The vehicle had not been stolen, but rather had been towed to Syracuse by a tow benefit working for the rental auto organization.

Here is the first Public Safety Alert:

The Office of Public Safety and Emergency Management is researching a report of an engine vehicle that was stolen from the guest parking area on grounds, adjoining Alumni Circle. The burglary happened between around 9:30 p.m. on Saturday, May 26, and 10:46 a.m. on Sunday, May 27.

The complainant detailed leaving a rental vehicle with a punctured tire and the key left secured inside in the parking area, and later finding it missing. The vehicle is depicted a red, four-entryway Kia Soul, with Louisiana tag N466470. In the event that this vehicle is seen, report it to any law implementation office by calling 911.

Anybody having data relating to this episode is urged to contact the Office of Public Safety and Emergency Management at 607-274-3333, or they can leave an unknown voice message at 607-274-1060. Individuals from the grounds network are reminded to store resources in a safe territory, dependably bolt their workplaces, rooms and lofts, and instantly report any surprising or suspicious movement to the Office of Public Safety and Emergency Management.

As per the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act [20 USC 1092 (f)], also called the “Clery Act,” the College is required to give the grounds network convenient cautioning of specific wrongdoings and different conditions that represent a genuine or continuous risk to life and wellbeing. The College meets this notice necessity through the issuance of an “Open Safety Alert” planned to help in the anticipation of comparative violations and give preventative measures to the grounds network. Clery wrongdoings are as per the following: kill and non-careless homicide, murder, assault, petting, interbreeding, statutory assault, dating viciousness, abusive behavior at home, stalking, theft, disturbed strike, engine vehicle robbery, incendiarism, thievery and detest violations (as per Clery revealing classes for preference). For extra data concerning opportune alerts, wrongdoing divulgence and wrongdoing detailing, visit https://www.ithaca.edu/sacl/wellbeing/docs/AnnualSecRep/to see the Annual Security and Fire Safety Report. You may ask for a printed version of this distribution by calling 607-274-3353 or face to face at the Office of Public Safety.


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