A package of creampuffs and a two-liter bottle of Sprite were reported stolen early Sunday morning during a bizarre burglary at Kansas University, campus police reports said.
The suspect, who had allegedly been drinking, smashed in a back-door window at Wilna Crawford Community Center, 1346 La., and helped himself to the refrigerator, police said. The break-in was reported at 1:11 a.m. Sunday.
A KU housing complex director, who was sleeping inside the scholarship hall community center at the time, awoke to a loud noise and found the suspect eating, police reports said.
Police said the suspect eventually ran away, but not before handing over his driver’s license to the housing official and then pushing the 29-year-old victim into a chair on his way out the door.
KU Public Safety Office Capt. Schuyler Bailey said on Monday that no arrests have been made in the burglary and battery case.
A loss of $10 in creampuffs and $2 in Sprite were reported to police. The break-in also caused $300 damage to the building, where campus maintenance employees were working Monday morning to fix the broken window and glass shards left behind.