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Photo by Linnea Holbrook -- Two bikes were found on the east side of the Eliza R. Snow Building roof. The security office has never had a report of bikes being put on top of any roof on campus.
Photo by Linnea Holbrook — Two bikes were found on the east side of the Eliza R. Snow Building roof. The security office has never had a report of bikes being put on top of any roof on campus.

Two bikes were found on the roof of the Eliza R. Snow Building June 17.
According to Garth Gunderson, University Security Director, the security office received a call at 9:50 a.m. June 17 reporting the bikes.
Four security officers were sent to take down the bikes.
Gunderson said he believes the bikes were put on the roof of the Snow as a prank.
He said the roof appeared to be undamaged.

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