Thefts on WITCC Campus in Sioux City a Message to Staff and Students

By [email protected] Updated on Wednesday, October 04 2017 10:32pm

An arrest has been made of the suspect in these thefts.

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An email sent to staff and students at the Sioux City Western Iowa Tech Campus warns of recent thefts from and damage to vehicles. The email includes a license plate and picture of a suspect vehicle.

Message Sent to Students and Staff
Thefts on the Sioux City Campus

As a follow up to the August 31st notification of thefts on the Sioux City campus, the College would like to make you aware that additional thefts have occurred recently including one incident in which a window was broken on a locked vehicle in one of our parking lots. A picture is attached which shows the vehicle involved in these thefts. It is a silver Chevy Trailblazer with Iowa license plate EEK096. If you see this vehicle on campus, please contact Campus Security immediately at 274-6414 with its location.

As a reminder, safe guarding of your personal items is your responsibility. The College strongly urges everyone to lock their vehicles and secure personal property out of view. Be mindful of items in work spaces and in student housing, doors need to be locked when you are not present.

The Police Department is involved in the investigation of these thefts and the College is working closely with them to apprehend the person involved.