Wednesday Blotter: Stolen Hub Caps

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.

Froced burglary 

Police responded to a residential burglary in the 5200 block of Fargo Avenue on Jan. 13. According to the report, two men knocked on the homeowner's door and posed as gas company employees.

According to police, the two pushed themselves into the house. They then took the man's wallet, $6,400 in cash and several pieces of jewelry, police said. 

Pink Floyd CDs stolen

A man reported that two of his Pink Floyd CDs, an iPhone charger and $30 were stolen from his car parked in the 8000 block of McCormick Boulevard on Jan. 7.

Deceptive practice

Police responded to a deceptive practice at a bank in the 3900 block of Dempster Street on Nov. 14. According to the report, the bank received an email from a client asking to wire $11,500 to a bank in Washington. It was later revealed that the transaction was fraudulent, the report stated. No arrests were made.

Stolen hubcaps

Police responded to a theft in the 8300 block of Christiana Avenue on Jan. 8. According to the report, a set of hubcaps were removed from a parked vehicle.

Brake line cut

Police responded to the 8200 block of Kimball Avenue regarding a criminal damage complaint on Jan. 9. According to the report, an unknown person cut the brake line of a parked vehicle.

Macy’s theft

A 17-year-old was charged with retail theft after he tried to steal about $138 worth of clothing from Macy’s in Old Orchard Mall on Jan. 9, police said.

Stolen wallet

A woman reported her wallet stolen after dinning at Wilde & Greene in Old Orchard Mall on Jan. 10.


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