Fredericton City Police are investigating the theft of two computers from an office in Marshall d’Avray Hall on Saturday, Jan. 3.
The robbery took place at around 1:30 p.m. The door of a locked, private office was pried open and two Mac computers, one of which was a desktop, were stolen.
“These things are often pre-planned to some degree because they know what they’re looking for and where they’re looking for it,” said Bruce Rogerson, director of security and traffic at UNB Fredericton.
No suspects have yet been identified. The city police and UNB campus security are asking for any information about suspicious people around Marshall d’Avray Hall at the time of the theft.