Break-in at KSU office

Laptop and camera stolen

KSU office door.  Photo: Steve Davis

KSU office door. Photo: Steve Davis

Halifax Police were called in Sunday to deal with a robbery at the University of King's College student union office. The door to the office was kicked in between 3:30 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. The KSU's digital camera and the personal laptop of David Etherington, external vice-president were stolen.

An incident report was filed with the Halifax Police. The KSU remains closed today and the door will not be fixed until about 4 p.m.  Police are still investigating.


Two laptops were stolen during the break-in.  The second laptop belongs to the Canadian Federation of Students and was not noticed missing, until today, Feb. 17.

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