Help Identify this Person of Interest

Update: This person has been identified so the photos were removed. Thanks! Please contact Protective Services any time you see suspicious activity on campus, 24 hours a day.

Protective Services is investigating an incident from the Campus Computer Store which occurred on October 5th, 2015. If you recognize the person in this photo, please contact Protective Services immediately at 306-966-5555

Incident 2015-13651 – Theft Under $5000 from the Campus Computer Store (Place Riel)

Please help identify this person of interest

*UPDATED Thursday September 24th, 2:34PM*

Thanks to your assistance, we were able to positively identify the individual related to this incident.

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Protective Services is looking for information related to a mischief call at Aspen Hall which occurred during the early morning of September 6th, 2015.

If you have any information, or know the identity of the person below, please contact Protective Services at 306-966-5555

U of S File 2015-12084 Mischief Under $5,000 (Aspen Hall) September 6, 2015

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Campus Incident: Theft of Canadian Flag (Seeking Tips)

Sometime during the night of July 17-18, 2015, unknown persons accessed the roof of the Thorvaldson Building and after forcefully removing the Canadian Flag from the mast station located there, positioned a Molson Pilsner Saskatchewan Roughrider Flag in its place.

In perpetrating this dangerous and reckless act, the persons effectively desecrated an emblem used for many years by the University of Saskatchewan to honor the memory of deceased faculty, staff, students and other distinguished people. They also damaged University of Saskatchewan property to the extent where expensive repair was necessitated.

If you have any information which might assist us in identifying the persons, please contact Protective Services at 306-966-5555.

Campus Incident: Theft from ATM

During the early morning of August 19th, 2015, an ATM bank machine located in Lower Place Riel, on the U of S campus, was damaged and some of its contents were removed.

The Saskatoon Police Service is investigating. If you have any information about this incident, please contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.