The following information is from the Glenview Police Department. An arrest is not an indication of guilt.
$1,600 grill stolen
Someone stole a charcoal grill, worth $1,600, from the front yard of a home in the 3400 block of Lawrence Ln. sometime between 6 a.m. Aug. 10 and 10 a.m. Aug. 11.
Criminal Damage to Vehicle
An employee of a business in the 4300 block of DiPaolo Center, stated between July 24 and 27, someone put dirt or sand in the fuel cell of one of their work trucks while it was parked at the business. The estimated damage is $200.
Someone stole a $200 cellphone from a business in the 2100 block of Willow Rd. after the owner forgot it at the business Aug. 11. When they returned for the phone, an employee stated they found the phone but just gave it to someone else who claimed the phone was theirs
Someone burglarized a house in the 1900 block of Palmgren Dr., which was discovered Aug. 11 A basement window was broken and appears to be the point of entry. Some items were moved but it does not appear that anything was taken.
Criminal Damage to Property
A neighbor reported seeing a broken basement window on his neighbor’s home in the 200 block of Harlem Ave. Aug. 11. The homeowner was notified and the estimated damage is $150.
A Norridge resident reported someone used their credit card at a business in the 1400 block of Milwaukee Ave. without their permission. A total of $1,238.89 of unauthorized charges were made between July 7 and Aug. 5.
Harassment by Telephone
An employee of a business in the 1500 block of Greenwood Rd, stated a client’s family member continually calls and harasses employees. The responding officer called the family member and told them to stop calling and harassing employees.
Criminal Damage to Property
An employee of the Glenview Park District reported sometime overnight Aug. 5 someone damaged a section of PVC fencing and 9 PVC fence posts near the sled hill at Johns Park, 2101 Central Rd. The estimated damage is $500.
A resident reported that a on Aug. 6, a female called and stated she was with Windows. The female told the resident to click on the windows icon and the R button. After doing this an event/viewer icon appeared on their computer and the mouse began to move without the resident using it.
The female on the phone asked the resident to hold on and she would transfer them to an IT software protection person. A male got on the phone and told the resident they would have to use their credit card and purchase software protection and call him back. The resident realized it was a scam, hung up the phone and unplugged the computer.
An employee of a business in the 1400 block of Waukegan Rd, stated they saw two males in the alley behind the store taking plastic crates and loading them into a white box truck around 12:30 a.m. Aug. 7. Forty crates worth $400 were stolen and neither the suspects nor truck were located.