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    A male student reported his vehicle stolen from the Beta Theta Pi fraternity house, 638 E. University Blvd., at 8:12 a.m. April 12.

    The student said he last saw his white 1998 Ford F-150 around 12 p.m. April 11 and that he was sure he had locked the doors and rolled up the windows.

    The student said he was going to let a friend borrow his truck at 7 a.m. April 12 but noticed his vehicle missing when he arrived at the north side of the parking lot. The student said he didn’t give anybody permission to take the vehicle.

    He said there are only two sets of keys for his truck and he still had both in his possession. There was a white UA sticker and a white Beta Theta Pi (in Greek letters) on the rear window of the truck at the time it was stolen.

    Police have no suspects or witnesses.

    A custodial employee discovered a glass door at the Family and Consumer Sciences building, 1110 E. South Campus Drive, had been broken on April 13.

    According to reports, sometime before 4 a.m. an unknown person broke the glass door with an unknown object, although the damage didn’t allow for entry into the building.

    The door was located on the second level at the west entrance to the Family and Consumer Sciences building. The bottom portion of the glass door had been broken and once it weakened, the top portion of the door slid down shattering more glass and causing more damage.

    The employee said she was in the area cleaning up and said she saw the broken glass door when she arrived at the building around 4 a.m.

    She said the glass from the door had been strewn in the hallway but was unable to locate any item in the area that might have caused the damage.

    Police have no suspects or witnesses.

    A female student reported an unknown person hit her vehicle at Tyndall Avenue Parking Garage, 880 E. Fourth St., at 3:37 p.m. April 13.

    According to reports, the student said she parked her red 2006 Mini Cooper at 8:30 a.m. April 6 on the second level ramp. When she returned at 9 p.m. April 7, she saw a dent on the left rear bumper.

    She said she didn’t call about the incident earlier because she was too busy with school.

    She said she had no idea who hit her car while it was parked.

    Police have no suspects or witnesses.

    A female student reported receiving harassing phone calls on her cell phone from an unknown male at 8:56 p.m. April 13.

    The student said at 10 p.m. April 12, she was at her room at Pueblo de la Cienega Residence Hall, 621 N. Highland Ave., when she received a call from a number that read “”I.D. withheld.””

    She answered the phone by saying, “”Hello”” and a male voice replied, “”Hi.””

    She asked “”Who is this?”” and the male said, “”You know.””

    The student thought it was her friend, asked if it was him, and the caller said, “”Yes.””

    Later in the conversation, she realized it wasn’t him and again asked whom she was speaking to.

    The caller said that her friend talked to him and that’s how he got her number.

    The student asked, “”Who is this?”” and the caller said, “”I’m jerking off to you right now.””

    The female hung up but the male called back two more times that night.

    The male kept saying he wanted her to talk to him “” ’cause I’m jerking off to you.””

    The student said the same voice called her again the next night so she called police. She said each time the male would say the same thing and she couldn’t recognize the voice.

    She told police that it was a “”normal”” voice with no accent and the call always came from an “”I.D. withheld”” number.

    The student didn’t want to pursue criminal charges; she just wanted to report the incident.

    Police Beat is compiled from official University of Arizona Police Department reports. A complete list of UAPD activity can be found at

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