Blotter: Jan. 26

Grace Johnson and Grace Johnson

Student’s wallet stolen from coat pocket while at SPAC

A male Northwestern student discovered his wallet missing while exercising Saturday at Sports Pavilion and Aquatic Center, police said.

The student arrived at SPAC, 2311 Campus Drive, at 8 p.m. and hung his coat on a rack in the lobby, NU Deputy Police Chief Daniel McAleer said. He left his wallet in a coat pocket.

When the student returned a half-hour later after playing basketball, his wallet was missing, along with his Ohio driver’s license and various credit cards, police said.

There are no leads, McAleer said. ‘

Officials assist intoxicated female student in Shepard

Northwestern police and Evanston fire officials assisted an intoxicated female NU student early Sunday morning, police said.

A community assistant at Shepard Residential College, 626′ University Place, called the police to help the student at 2:30 a.m., McAleer said.

The student signed a waiver and was released without further treatment, police said. Evanston home ransacked

An Evanston resident returned home Saturday evening to find his or her home had been burglarized, police said.

The resident found the lights on and the rear porch door to the house open, Evanston Police Cmdr. Tom Guenther said.

The suspect left a large footprint by the door and had broken the dead bolt and the door frame to enter, Guenther said.

When police entered the residence, located on the 900 block of Elmwood Ave. , no one was inside, police said.

The suspect left with a computer and video camera equipment, Guenther said.

Police are investigating.