Village building burglarized

Hard drives and more than 100 Pierce lanyards were stolen from one of the buildings in the village during a break-in Tuesday morning.

The time of the break-in is unknown.  The last person in the building left at 4 p.m. and the first people to come into the office arrived at 9 a.m.

“This is one of the strangest things I have ever seen,” said Public Relations Manager Doreen Clay, as she surveyed her office Tuesday morning.

The building, located in the village in room 8341, has three offices in it:  the foundation office, the academic outreach, and public relations office.

“I’ve been here for almost ten years and nothing like this has ever happened before,” said Clay.

The hard drives of Office Assistant Floriya Borzenkova were taken right out of her computer and contained important files, but no student information.

“It’s probably just some random kids who stole it that just wanted some quick money in their pocket,” said Borzenkova.

Foundation checks were also stolen, but they have already been voided by Administrative Assistant Kathy Zanghi.

“So disappointing that this has happened that it destroys peoples work,” said Zanghi.

Dust from a fire extinguisher was released around half of the room leaving many perpetrator footsteps.

“It’s going to take a long time to clean up all this dust,” said Zanghi.

A clock in the building was also broken by a thrown tomato.

“These are hard times, people are on the edge,” said Clay.

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