Phony Gift Cards Sold After Online Transaction
Two people met in a Glenview business for a transaction after connecting online, but the seller provided faulty goods.
The following reports were provided by the Glenview Police Department.
On Mach 3, someone reported meeting a man at a Glenview business to purchase a variety of gift cards after meeting the man online, according to police. After the transaction, the buy discovered two of the cards had no balance on them, police say. Reported loss is $90.00.
On March 9, a resident on the 2700 block of Langley Circle reported their home had been burglarized, according to police. Entry was made by forcing open a rear door on the home and a laptop computer was taken, police say. Total amount lost is not known, according to police
Burglary to Motor Vehicle
On March 6, someone reported their unlocked vehicle was burglarized while parked on the 1100 block of Hutchings Avenue, according to police. A pocket size multi-tool worth about $100.00 was taken, police say.
On March 9, a resident on the 900 block of Queens Lane reported someone entered two of their unlocked vehicles while they were parked in the driveway and took a variety of itmes, though total loss is unknown, according to police.