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DEVELOPING: Break in at Hamlin

The Daily Collegian is currently gathering information on breaking news from early Sunday morning. The University of Massachusetts Police Department received the call about intruders stealing a personal laptop around 3:50 a.m.

A Hamlin resident woke up to find a man trying to steal his laptop. As the resident started yelling, he realized his roommate’s computer was missing and called the police. The UMPD is asking students to help identify two men pictured below.

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Anyone with information in the case should call the UMass Police Department at 413-545-2121 or the UMPD Detective Bureau at 413-545-0893, or provide an anonymous tip by calling 413-577-8477.

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One Response to “DEVELOPING: Break in at Hamlin”
  1. Sam says:

    I want to know how they got in! That should probably shed some light on it, unless someone held the door open for them.

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