Monday, November 19, 2007

Kansas State Frat Robbed

Kansas State University (compiled by Mike Kelly, The Kansas State Collegian)

More than $16,000 worth of items was stolen from the Sigma Alpha Epsilon house on Tuesday, according to a Riley County Police Department report.

RCPD Lt. Kurt Moldrup said a 4-by-3 1/2-foot wooden plaque, which reads "True Gentlemen" and is valued by the fraternity at $16,000, was taken along with two "KSU" license plates off of fraternity members' cars. One car, a 2001 Chevy Camero, received $500 of damage after the side mirror and windshield wipers were damaged.

Marshal Van Tuyl, president of Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity, said the plaque was returned anonymously last night, but it sustained significant damage.

"If someone comes forward and pays for the damages, that may be enough," Van Tuyl said, "but for now we're going to let the police do their work."

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