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Tuesday Blotter: Punctured Tires, Graffiti

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.

Stolen phone

A man reported his phone stolen while dinning at a restaurant in the 9400 block of Skokie Boulevard on Feb. 26. According to the report, the man was able to track his phone using an app. The data indicated that the phone was still inside the restaurant, leading him to believe that an employee took it, the report said. No charges were filed and the man never recovered his phone.

Life Time Theft

A man reported his $300 jacket stolen from his locker while working out at Life Time Fitness, 5330 Old Orchard Road, on Feb. 26. The victim told police he did not place a lock on his locker, the report said.

Gang graffiti

Police responded to a criminal damage complaint in the 8200 block of Kimball Avenue on Feb. 21. According to the report, two upside pitchforks were drawn with black spray paint. The upsides down pitchforks are typically a sign of disrespect toward the Gangster Disciples, a well-known gang in Chicago.

Punctured tired

Police responded to a criminal damage complaint in the 9000 block of Kostner Avenue on Feb. 22. According to the report, two vehicles had their driver’s side tires punctured.

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