A faculty member stopped Lt. Isaac Strickland Feb. 12 to report that a piece of artwork had been stolen from her office in the Annex II building. The artwork, a light brown sculpture, was sitting on her office bookshelf.
The sculpture was in her office when she left the day before around 12:30 p.m. and when she returned the next day around 11 a.m. she noticed that is was missing, despite the fact that her office door was locked.
The faculty member later provided Strickland with a picture of the artwork. Some students were in the building during the time that the building was locked, and there were also students, whose names were on an access roster, who had access to the building throughout the night. The faculty member stated the only other people who were supposed to have keys to her office were other professors.