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Purdue police investigate laptop computer thefts

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Purdue University police are investigating the theft of seven laptops from a Stewart Center computer store during the weekend.

The computers were taken from the Information Technology at Purdue (ITaP) Offline Shopping Center in Stewart Center. The center is a vendor showcase where customers can examine the latest computer equipment.

The computers were taken from the Information Technology at Purdue (ITaP) Offline Shopping Center in Stewart Center. The center is a vendor showcase where customers can examine the latest computer equipment.

The computers were taken from the Information Technology at Purdue (ITaP) Offline Shopping Center in Stewart Center, Room G65, sometime after 6:00p Saturday (July 18) and before 10:30a Sunday (July 19), said Purdue police Lt. Fred Davis. The center is a vendor showcase where customers can examine the latest computer equipment.

One of the door’s glass window panes was pried loose, and a note saying “sorry” was left on the wall.

The stolen laptops include a black Dell Latitude D 430 laptop, a red Dell XPS M1330 laptop, a white MacBook laptop, a black Apple MacBook Pro laptop, black Dell Latitude 6500 laptop, a black Dell Latitude 6400 and a silver MacBook Air laptop. The missing computers are valued at $9,965.

Anyone with information can contact the Purdue Police Department at (765) 494-8221 or the anonymous tip line at (765) 496-3784.

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