Please help identify this person

Protective Services are looking for any information which could help identify the below pictured individual with regard to an incident of Theft and Tampering with Fire Equipment on October 22nd, 2016.

If you have any information, please contact Protective Services immediately at 306-966-5555

INC-2016-001068 Theft Under $5000, Tampering with Fire Equipment, Spruce Hall

SUSPECT IDENTIFIED

Thank you to the public for your assistance.

Please help identify this person

Protective Services is looking for information with regard to an incident of attempted theft which occurred in the Education Building on October 24th, 2016.

If you recognize this individual, please contact Protective Services immediately at 306-966-5555

Incident 2016-001056, Attempted Theft and Possession of Break and Enter Tools

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Please help identify this person

U of S Protective Services is asking for your help in identifying the below individual with regard to an incident of theft in Spruce Hall which occurred on October 21st.

If you have any information with regard to this or another incident on campus, please contact us at 306-966-5555.

INC-2016-001054 Theft Under $5000, Spruce Hall

SUSPECT IDENTIFIED

Thank you to the public for your assistance.

 

Do you know these people (photos attached)?

Updated July 6th at 7:56am

These individuals have been identified and the file has been closed. Thank you to all who provided us with the identification and help in solving this file.

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Protective Services is trying to assist a campus resident who had clothing taken from the laundry of Wollaston Hall. We do not suspect that this was intentional, but hope to track down those in the photo so the missing items can be returned.

If you know the persons in these photos, please contact us at 306-966-5555 and refer to INC-2016-000522.

Help Identify These Individuals

*Updated July 12th, 2016: Thank you for your help! The individuals in related to this file have been identified and the file will be passed on to the Saskatoon Police Service.

If you recognize the individuals in these photos, please contact Protective Services immediately at 306-966-5555:

U of S INC-2016-000472 Theft Under $5,000 Laptop Computer from Place Riel

 

Winter is Coming

Sorry, this isn’t a post about Game of Thrones! However, we do have a spoiler alert for you: Winter is coming, and Protective Services and SGI want you to be prepared for winter driving:

“You don’t know exactly when winter’s coming and it happens very quickly when it does come,” said Ryan Jacobson, CEO of the Saskatchewan Safety Council. “The challenge is that drivers have to adapt driving behaviours very quickly, sometimes within a day or overnight.”

SGI: “With snow and colder temperatures on the horizon, throughout November police across the province will be on the lookout for people driving too fast for road conditions. From November 2013 to March 20141, driving too fast for road conditions was cited as a contributing factor in 1,511 collisions in Saskatchewan, resulting in seven deaths and 617 injuries.”

Follow this link for more information from SGI about safe winter driving.

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