Sunday, July 30, 2006

Olympic Crime Wave

Pictured below is one of the computer's in the Olympic Cafeteria that employees use to access their paychecks, medical coverage, and other services via the Intranet. There are two work stations, each with a very small computer, I thought the device was a modem, but it's a smaller version of a computer.

The picture below is work station one, with the missing computer. The computer was secured with two lock downs that simply had to be unscrewed for easy removal of the computer. These small computers are only about twelve inches by eight inches, and just over an inch wide, could be easily hidden in a bag or wrapped with a shirt.

The three computer's pictured below are located in the Oly Learning Center, if you look closely, the computer is missing inbetween the other two computer's, as well as the mouse and keyboard.

In my opinion, the theft's are being done by two people, one watching out for security guards while the other one removes the equipment. The most opportune time to commit crimes at Oly are between the hours of 3:00am and 6:00am on Sunday and Monday mornings.

If I were a crook, I would have a lookout in the parking lot with a cell phone, ready to call me when security enters the building.

The crooks will be caught, they always return to the scene of the crime.


1 comment:

Kanani said...

Well, that first computer is sort of like a router that feeds off a bigger computer. They use them in businesses like Costco, rather than putting up a whole new computer at each station. It's not going to do the thief very much good on its' own unless he or she knows what they're doing.

I just think this theft is pathetic. I hope you guys catch them.