Mystery suspect attempts break-in through window
Around 2 a.m. Wednesday, residents of the 200 block of North University Avenue called the police in reference to property damage. A resident was lying in bed when he was startled by his first floor bedroom window breaking. The suspect(s) fled the scene before anyone could get a good look at them. The victim believes the suspects hit the window with their fist because he believes he heard two thumps before the window broke. The victim was not hurt during the incident.
Female reports stolen phone from Brick Street
Around 1:30 p.m. Monday, a female Miami University student approached the Oxford police in reference to her lost phone. On Saturday, the female was at Brick Street Bar and Grill when someone possibly took it out of her pocket while waiting in line. She attempted to find her phone by retracing her steps and calling it. The phone is now going straight to voicemail and the GPS capability is not enabled.
Residents notice property theft at off-campus house
Around 4:30 p.m. Monday, a male resident reported a break in at a home in the 100 block of Ardmore Drive. During the overnight hours the night before, an unknown subject entered the house and took several items. The male found his roommates purse, which was in the house, out by the road in front of their house. An iPod and credit card were missing from the purse. The male later came back home and discovered two gifts missing from underneath the Christmas tree. He began to realize that it was possible that someone had come into the house and taken property. A bottle of tequila was also missing from the house. Another roommate found a key in the front yard that does not belong to any of them. The key was collected for evidence.