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Penn State Police Investigating Laptop Theft From Pattee Library

A university-owned laptop was checked out using a stolen Penn State ID card in Pattee Library on November 17 at 2:35 p.m. The university police department is currently investigating the incident.

The suspect, pictured above, remains unknown. The suspect’s photo was captured via surveillance. If you recognize the person in the surveillance photo, or have any other information regarding the incident, please contact Penn State University Police at (814) 863-1111.

By providing information that leads to an arrest, you may be eligible for a reward up to $1,000 from Centre County Crime Stoppers. Contact them at [email protected] or leave an anonymous tip here.

As a reminder to the community from Penn State:

  • Report stolen items immediately to the University Police at 3-1111, 911, or by using an emergency phone. If you see someone getting victimized, get involved by contacting University Police.
  • Do not leave personal items unattended.

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About the Author

Claire Going

Claire is a freshman broadcast journalism major and writer for Onward State. She enjoys reading, running, and a good cup of tea. She's from Emmaus, Pennsylvania and is a dual citizen. (Go Ireland!) You can contact her via email at [email protected] or on Twitter @claire_going.


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