Electronics Stolen from Harvard Athletic Facility | Athletic Business

Electronics Stolen from Harvard Athletic Facility

Thousands of dollars worth of electronics were stolen from a Harvard University athletic facility this month.

According to The Harvard Crimson, a report filed by the Harvard University Police Department on Jan. 23 said that over $6,000 worth of electronics were stolen from Dillon Fieldhouse in Allston, a neighborhood in Boston, Mass.

“Officer dispatched to take a report of the theft of eleven iPads valued at $5,819.00, four phone chargers valued at $80.00, and twelve iPad chargers valued at $240.00,” the police log reads, according to The Crimson.

Police officials believe the theft happened between Jan. 17 and Jan. 22 in the Dillon Fieldhouse, which is not open for recreational use. The building houses an equipment room, a sports medicine facility, coaches’ offices, and locker rooms for Harvard baseball, field hockey, football, lacrosse and soccer.

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