Balliol bandit strikes in silence

A prolific milk thief, calling himself the “milk-bandit” is wreaking havoc in Balliol. Earlier this week the “milk-bandit” struck in the kitchen on staircase 15 of the college, stealing a carton of semi-skimmed milk and leaving his victim an ominous note.   The message reads: “Thank you for the milk. You will never find me. […]

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Snatches on the rise

Police are looking for witnesses after a string of snatch thefts occurred in and around Oxford’s city centre recently. A press release by the Thames Valley Police indicated that police were looking to “link a string of thefts” that occurred between Friday of 0th Week and Friday of 3rd Week, all after dark. Detective Superintendent […]

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Shrewd Hugh’s chews on food luge

St Hugh’s has been beset by rumours of theft this week, after students received an email from the Principal ‘s office condemning the amount of food being illicitly removed from residence kitchens. In an email from Amanda Moss, assistant to the Principal Dame Elish Angiolini, students were told that this act is, “a serious breach […]

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Tea thief strikes at St Cross Building

A supply of expensive tea was stolen on Thursday night from the St Cross building, which is home to the English and Law faculties and their respective libraries. An English Faculty official informed students on Friday morning of the theft of what was called “a number of canisters of expensive tea” from the lobby of […]

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