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Glenview Police: 7 Residential Burglaries In One Week

Also featured in this week's police blotter: Forged $5 bills and an identity theft leads to stolen cable.

The following reports were provided by the Glenview Police Department. 

Residential Burglary Reports

On Dec. 4, a resident on the 4100 block of Cove Ln. reported someone broke into their home through a window and stole several credit cards, according to police. 

On Dec. 5, a resident on the 0-100 block of Washington St. reported someone burglarized their home after entering through a back door, according to police. A computer and jewelry, combined worth about $10,000.00, were taken, police said. 

On Dec. 5, a resident on the 700 block of Indian Rd. reported someone burglarized their home after entering through a back door, police said. Several rooms were ransacked and $100.00 were stolen, according to police.

On Dec. 5, someone burglarized a home on the 2800 block of Central Rd., according to police. Method of entry is unknown and light fixtures worth about $360.00 were stolen, police said. 

On Dec. 6, someone burglarized a home on the 3100 block of Valcour Dr., according to police. An uninstalled kitchen oven worth about $2,500 was taken, police said. 

On Dec. 7, someone on the 2100 block of Ammer Ridge reported their home was burglarized, according to police. Entry was made through an unlocked door, and cash and jewelry worth about $1,400.00 were taken, police said.

On Dec. 9, a resident on the 600 block of Arbor Ln. reported someone burglarized their home, according to police. Several rooms were ransacked but it's unclear whether anything was taken, police said. 

What Kind of Phone Costs $737?

On Dec. 3, someone reported their phone, worth about $737.00, was stolen from a business on the 2100 block of Willow Rd. after it was left briefly unattended on a table in a public area, police said.

Forgery

On Dec. 7, a representative for a business on the 2200 block of Willow Rd. reported someone passed counterfeit dollar bills to store cashiers on two separate occasions, according to police. The bills were altered $5.00 dollar bills made out to look like $100.00 bills, police say. 

Stolen Identity/Stolen Cable

On Dec. 8, a Glenview resident reported someone used their personal information to open a cable television account at a residence in Chicago, according to police. 

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Malta December 13, 2012 at 12:40 AM
Well. The many people whose homes were robbed made a "contribution" I guess....
Matthew Newman December 13, 2012 at 01:19 AM
Well B, you don't have to worry about the "political correctness" you are clearly anti-poverty. What you need to ask yourself (well said Mark) is what are you doing about it? By yiur rhetoric I would guess, buying a taller fence. We are all primal beings at our core; there is typically a motive behind anyone's action. You are right on one count; if policy continues to ignore the needs of this expanding segment of our population you will be inconvenienced by more of them.
Joannie B December 13, 2012 at 02:59 AM
You can't be serious.
Malta December 14, 2012 at 10:56 PM
Unending unemployment benefits. /Obama care. /Wic link cards. 45 mlilion people on Food stamps /drivers licenses for illegal immigrants /tripled social security disability recipients under Obama...."policy ignoring them"! ? Etc etc etc. Hmmmm?
Dan Cox January 24, 2013 at 04:06 PM
This is the giving back, that the Liberals speak of, and if they happen to find your Teenage Daughter home, well you left her home defenseless and unarmed. 911 is only good if you have 10 minutes of safety, to call, explain the situation, give your address and wait for the Cop to get done with his doughnut and coffee!

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