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Public Safety investigates newspaper theft
After noticing several acts of newspaper theft on-campus, The Chronicle has contacted the Department of Public Safety to begin an investigation.
Newspaper theft is a crime and anyone who violates the single copy rule may be subject to civil and criminal prosecution and/or subject to university discipline.
Please report any suspicious activity to Public Safety (203-582-6200) and Lila Carney. (firstname.lastname@example.org)