A suspect has been found for in the Onondaga thefts that occurred the day before spring break started.
Assistant University Police Chief John Rossi said that Investigator Dan May has completed interviews of potential witnesses and suspects.
The thefts may have occurred because students were not as aware of their surroundings due to their excitement for spring break, Rossi said.
"These people really didn’t stand out if they were not students," Rossi said.
Increased patrols of the area are still in place. Over $2,000 in electronic devices was stolen, including two flat screen TVs. No other thefts have occurred since then.