SE Library Break-In

By Aubry Gabbard|August 9, 2015News, Southeast|

Early morning August 6th, a man broke into the Southeast Campus library and stole three desktop computers. Public Safety and the Portland Police Bureau (PPB) are investigating the incident. The suspect drove their car onto a sidewalk at approximately 2:52 am in front of the North entrance (facing the campus courtyard), and broke a window, leaving about 10 minutes later.

The suspect is described as a white male, approximately 6 feet tall. He was wearing a dark baseball cap, a blue jacket, blue jeans, and dark shoes. The vehicle was a white four door sedan with a sunroof, possibly a 2001-2003 model Oldsmobile Aurora. Blood was collected from the scene for analysis, presumably from where the suspect cut himself on the broken window.

Anyone with information on this crime is asked to call Public Safety at 971-722-4902.

Editor’s Note: When The Bridge reached out to the Southeast Library checkout desk on Friday, supervisor Erin Petrequin directed our questions to Public Safety. We will keep you updated.

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Web Editor, Former Rock Creek Campus Editor (2015), Aubry Ledbetter Gabbard makes offerings to the Wordpress goblins so The Bridge site works. She is a geek from the Midwest who has loved writing since before she knew how to spell “tornado” or “B-movie.” Aubry enjoyed training with both the Kansas City Star newspaper and GCUUC. Since then she has also worked on herb stores, assembly lines, Victoriana boutiques,TV sets, martial arts classes, libraries, and motels with questionable wi-fi access. Aubry began studying at PCC after a short, scary stint writing copy for The-Mart-That-Must-Not-Be-Named and was diagnosed with epilepsy not long after. She intends to get her BA in new media or a bioethics field. She aspires to be a librarian, community health worker, and media blogger. Aubry loves transcribing for the Smithsonian, baking with her wife and gardening with her family. When she's not covered in soil, flour or research notes, Aubry can be found where there is good chai, comics, or korma.