$9,480 worth of equipment stolen from Gelardin
$9,480 worth of equipment was stolen from the Gelardin New Media Center’s Production Studio, according to Metropolitan Police Department records obtained by the Voice. The theft occurred sometime between 8 p.m. on Monday, May 18 and 11 a.m. on Tuesday, May 19. According to the report:
[U]nknown person(s) stole the listed property from the listed location as it was left unattended at the listed location. There was no signs of forced entry to the listed location.
The reports says the thief obtained entry through the office door by “stealth,” although the library had a camera, a guard and a deadbolt in place as security. The police do not have any description of the suspect or suspects.
After the jump, a full breakdown of the stolen goods…
According to the report, the following items were stolen:
- Yamaha Keyboard — valued at $800
- Two Dell Monitors — valued at $300
- Mackie Mixer — valued at $400
- Two Dell Computers — valued at $2,500
- Korg PadKontrol — valued at $100
- M179 Microphone — valued at $200
- Head Amplifier — valued at $200
- Digidesign Interface — valued at $1,370
- B-32B Patch Box — valued at $20
- Monster Power Pro 35000 — valued at $200
- Porta-Brace bag — valued at $200
- Microphone — valued at $150
- Tundra Box — valued at $40
- Projector — valued at $3,000
Georgetown’s Director of Media Relations Andy Pino confirmed the burglary had occurred but declined to comment further; Library officials have not yet responded to requests for comment.
Thanks to News Editor Eric Pilch for his help reporting.