Monday Blotter: Burglaries, Retail Thefts

The following arrest information was supplied by the Skokie Police Department. It does not indicate a conviction. At Skokie Patch, we update our blotter daily.

Thousands in cash, jewelry stolen from home

Police responded to a burglary in the 7800 block of Keystone Avenue on Feb. 6. According to police, brute force was used to gain entry through a back door. Passports, credit cards, jewelry and several thousand dollars in cash was missing from the home.

Stolen CDs, checks

Several CDs, a set of house keys, bank checks and a driver's license were reported stolen from a car parked in the 4800 block of Dempster Street on Feb. 5. The victim told police that his vehicle was locked, the report stated.

Business burglary

Police responded to a burglary at Anchor Properties, 4846 Main St., on Feb. 6. The offender(s) used brute force to gain entry through a rear door, according to the report. At this time, it is unclear if anything was stolen from the business.

Theft at Niles North

A student told police that an unknown person(s) stole his cell phone and watch from his locker at Niles North High School, 9800 Lawler Ave., on Feb. 5.

High-end purse stolen

Police responded to a theft at a home in the 4800 block of Mulford Avenue on Feb. 5. According to the report, a Coach purse, medication, cash and clothing was removed from an enclosed porch.

Macy's theft

Miona Tosic, 30, of Chicago, was charged with retail theft on Feb. 6. According to police, Tosic attempted to steal several shirts and shoes from Macy's at Old Orchard Mall but was stopped by store security.

Stolen shades

About $1,700 worth of sunglasses were reported stolen from Sunglass Hut in Old Orchard Mall on Jan. 30. The offender grabbed the merchandise and fled the store, police said.

Possession of Marijuana

A 21-year-old Chicago man was charged with unlawful possession of cannabis, driving on a suspended license and having no valid insurance on Jan. 21.


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