Northbrook police reports: July 9-14

 
 
Updated 7/22/2021 3:56 AM

The following incidents were reported by the Northbrook Police Department. Any charges are only accusations, not findings of guilt. For information, call (847) 564-2060 or visit northbrook.il.us.

July 9

 

STOLEN AUTO: 2700 Block Canterbury Dr.

Complainant reported that unknown subject(s) took their unlocked vehicle from their driveway during the overnight hours.

TRESPASS TO VEHICLE: 2700 Block Canterbury

Complainant reported that unknown subject(s) entered their unlocked parked vehicle during the overnight hours. Nothing was reported missing from the vehicle.

BURGLARY TO AUTO: 2700 Block Canterbury

Complainant reported that unknown subject(s) entered their unlocked parked vehicle and took a bag which contained approximately $30.00 USC.

July 10

IDENTITY THEFT: 900 Block Kensington Ave. (Station report)

Complainant reported that they checked their credit report and found that several new credit accounts had been opened without their knowledge or consent.

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IDENTITY THEFT: 3200 Block Prestwick Ln. (Station report)

Complainant reported that an unknown subject had used their information to schedule several travel excursions without their permission.

IDENTITY THEFT: 3300 Block Riverfalls Dr. (Station report)

Complainant reported that they received notification from the Illinois Department of Employment Security that an unknown subject used their information to file for unemployment benefits without their permission.

July 11

CRIMINAL DAMAGE VEHICLE: 1100 Block Skokie; Lifetime Fitness

Complainant reported that unknown subject(s) scratched the front door of their vehicle while it was parked.

July 12

THEFT: 1200 Block Rudolph

Complainant reported that after moving to a new residence with the assistance of professional movers, they observed that they were missing several items.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
 

SOLICITOR COMPLAINT: Brian & Cobblewood

Complainant reported that a suspicious Male Hispanic solicitor came to their door claiming to be from the homeowners association. The subject stated that they needed to inspect the inside of the complainant's residence. The subject was not allowed entrance to the residence and left the area.

RESIDENTIAL BURGLARY: 600 Block Anthony Trail

Complainant reported that they returned home to find a forced open door. Complainant stated that the residence was entered and rummaged through.

July 13

ASSAULT: 100 Block Skokie Blvd; Nordstrom Rack

Complainant reported that they informed store officials that they observed a subject taking stickers off items in an attempt to shoplift them. The subject was stopped and released after paying for the items. A short time later, the subject began yelling at the complainant over what had transpired as they were getting into their vehicle to leave the area.

THREATENING TELEPHONE CALL: 2600 Block Quail

Complainant reported that they received a telephone call from an unknown subject who began threatening them.

July 14

IDENTITY THEFT: 1100 Block Shermer Rd.

Complainant reported that they received notification from the Illinois Department of Employment Security that their information was used to file for unemployment benefits without their permission.

RETAIL THEFT: 100 Block Skokie; Bloomingdale's Outlet

Complainant reported that a male black subject in their twenties, entered the store and asked the sales associate to retrieve several items so that they could look at them. The associate did, and the subject then asked to look at an additional item. The subject left the counter area when the associate went to retrieve the additional item. The subject left the area with the several requested items and did not pay for the items prior to leaving the store.

RETAIL THEFT: 1400 Block Lake Cook; Neiman Marcus

Complainant reported that a male black subject asked a sales associate to see several pairs of men's shoes. The sales associate supplied the subject with the requested shoes then had to tend to another customer. When the associate returned to the area where they had assisted the subject, they had left the store with the shoes and did not pay for them.

VANDALISM: 1500 Block Maple Ave. (Meadowhill Aquatic Center)

Complainant reported that unknown subject(s) entered the pool area after closing and pushed pool furniture into the pool.

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