Police discuss new ways to ID suspects

Burglary, theft and vandalism are more prevalent this week with 11 of 16 total police reports between 11 a.m. Monday and 11 a.m. Thursday involving at least one of each incident. Police said they would be employing new tactics over the weekend to identify the individuals responsible.

Student reports Adderall missing from apartment

A Miami University senior returned home 6:30 p.m. Saturday to find the door unlocked and a bottle of prescription Adderall missing from the living room table, police reports said. The student searched his apartment for two days with no sign of the bottle, which had been in plain view from outside, according to

police reports.

Males throw rock through fraternity window

Pi Kappa Phi fraternity members said a rock was thrown through the basement window 2:15 a.m. Tuesday and a witness then saw a group of five to eight males running away, police reports said. Miami University Police Department officers stopped three males matching the witness’ description walking on Oak Street, but the witness was unable to positively identify them, police reports said.

Junior claims sign thrown into house

A female Miami University junior was in bed when she heard breaking glass at the front of her house on Wooster Place 2:45 a.m. Wednesday, police reports said. She ran to the window, saw that a real estate sign had been thrown through the window and saw a male with short dark hair who was hard to identify run to a nearby house, police reports said.