Northwest suburban police blotter
• Charges are not evidence of guilt. Under law, individuals are presumed innocent until proven guilty.
• Thieves removed a metal 7-foot-high, 4-foot-wide donation collection box from the parking lot of a business in the 2300 block of East Rand Road between 10 a.m. and noon Sept. 12. The box is red with a blue decal and is valued at $1,100.
• Thieves defeated the cable lock and removed a yellow men's 20-inch 21-ear Diamondback mountain bike valued at $400 between 10 a.m. Sept 25 and 9 a.m. Sept. 16. The bicycle was locked to the first floor patio structure in the 4200 block of Bloomington Avenue.
• Thieves removed an unsecured girl's burgundy/silver Schwinn 3-speed bicycle valued at $300 from a driveway in the 300 block of East Ivy Lane from Sept. 13-16.
• A thief took two Dyson DC 44 animal vacuum cleaners worth $800 and a Bears jersey worth $100 from Kohl's, 800 W. Dundee Road, at 3:40 p.m. Sept. 16, ran out of the store and left in a white GMC Yukon driven by another subject.
• Thieves removed nine silver dentures from the victim's unlocked room at Lutheran Home, 800 W. Oakton St. last May. The theft was just reported. The dentures were valued at $1,600.
• Burglars shattered a rear window in a home in the 1100 block of South Vail Street between Sept. 12 and 14, and removed a Craftsman chain saw valued at $300 from the garage, a six-pack of beer from the garage, and two jewelry boxes containing an unknown amount of jewelry from a bedroom.
• A 76-year-old woman was using her laptop computer when she received a call from a male subject who advised there were viruses on her computer. He gave her instructions on which websites to visit and how to remove the viruses. When they were finished, the subject asked for her credit card information to pay $110 for services. She wanted to send him a check after receiving a bill in the mail. He insisted he needed the credit card number, but she refused.
• A burglar entered an unsecured door at Ceratire Technical Services, 207 W. University Drive, overnight Sept. 10 and removed a Craftsman toolbox valued at $100, and a hand dolly valued at $279. The toolbox contained miscellaneous tools with an unknown value.
• Thieves defeated the cable lock and removed the spare tire valued at $800 from the black 2011 Ford F150 in a residential driveway in the 1000 block of East Oakton Street overnight Sept. 11.
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