Items Taken from Bldg 1 Laundry Room

It has come to our attention that there has been several items taken from members of the Lawrence Committee. The following individuals had clothing taken from the Bldg 1 laundry room this past weekend (June 28-30th): 

i) Hollis Dvorkin (hollisdvo@gmail.com):
A pair of brown Banana Republic slacks size 36B, a white dress shirt with a light blue window pane, a purple and white striped Ralph Lauren polo with the US open logo and two nude bras (about $350).
ii) Loan Le (lle@princeton.edu):
Six shirts (Nautica, Adidasm Nike, North Face, Lacoste) shorts, towels and mattress cover (about $650).
iii) Nyan Aung (nyanlynnaung@gmail.com):
An expensive dress shirt and a pair of shorts (about $200).
iv) Eric Zhang (eric.jh.zhang@gmail.com):
A bright orange polo shirt and a black workout t-shirt (about $60).


Please don’t forget to close any and all building doors (do not keep them propped open) and pick up your laundry in a timely fashion. To report any stolen items, do not hesitate to contact campus security.

Lost-Package

A resident cannot find a parcel that was delivered by UPS on January 24th. The original message is below:

Hi there, 

I’m missing a parcel that was delivered by USPS last Thursday (Jan. 24th). The address is 9 Lawrence Drive, Apt. 203. According to USPS, the package has already been delivered. If it was accidentally delivered to another building or unit, please return it me as soon as possible. You can email me at: jyiu@princeton.edu

Thanks,
Jessica

Lost Key

A resident recently lost a loose key near Lawrence 11. Whoever finds it please contact the owner. Thanks!

Here’s a copy of the original messege:


Hi,
I lost a loose key last night [Monday, March 28] around building 11. If anyone found it, please email me at jelia@princeton.edu.
Thank you,
Josephine

Lost Package

A resident recently lost a package from Amazon inside 10 Lawrence Drive. Could anyone who saw it or accidentally picked it up contact the owner (hschwarz@princeton.edu)?

Here’s a copy of the original email from him:


Hi!

On Wednesday I received an Amazon package, but when I saw under my mail box (at about 3:00 pm) I was in a hurry and couldn’t pick it up. When I returned to my building about an hour and a half later, the box was no longer there. Probably some other resident took it by mistake.

I would really appreciate if something could be done about this, maybe posting a message on the Lawrence blog.

The Amazon package contains books and was addressed to Humberto Schwarzbeck, 10 Lawrence Dr Apt 302.

Thanks!
Humberto