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Suspicious Vehicle Reports Lead To Used Car Shoppers

Also featured in this week's blotter: Report of an unknown man banging on a Glenview resident's home.

The following reports were provided by the Glenview Police Department. Arrests and charges are accusations and do not indicate guilt. 

Burglaries on Commons Dr.

On Jan. 7, someone reported their home on the 2700 block of Commons Dr. had been burglarized, according to police. Entry was made by forcing open the front door, the master bedroom was ransacked and jewelry worth about $6,000.00 was taken, police say. 

That day, two other resident on the 2700 block of Commons Dr. found pry marks on their homes' front door, according to police. 

Suspicious Incident

On Jan. 7, a Glenview resident reported a man was banging on the doors at the resident's home on the 1700 block of Dewes St., police say. The homeowner did not know why the person was there, according to police. 

Burglary to Motor Vehicle

On Jan. 9, someone reported their car was burglarized while parked on the 700 block of Harms Rd., police say. Entry was made by smashing the front passenger window and a backpack, mp3 player and clothing was taken, police say. Reported loss is about $875.00.

Domestic Battery

On Jan. 12, authorities arrested Louis Pissios, 22, of Glenview and charged him with Domestic Battery, police say.

Suspicious Silver Vehicle

On Jan. 13, someone on the 4600 block of Linden Ave. reported a male and a female came up to their house and asked about buying the homeowner’s car, according to police.  The two were seen leaving the area in a silver vehicle, police say. 

Later day, someone reported a suspicious vehicle in the Northfield Woods subdivision, police say. Two females and a male were found driving a silver Nissan and told officers they were in the area putting fliers on used vehicles in an attempt to purchase one, according to police.

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Malta January 16, 2013 at 01:22 PM
North suburbs inexorably turning into south chicago....
Harry Gio January 16, 2013 at 01:46 PM
Alarm, Cameras and motion-activated Lights will help keep burglars away, because burglars are apparently using new excuses when the police stop them for casing neighborhoods while looking for a "Weak" home; one that's vulnerable... Burglars are ALWAYS looking for the easier score than the harder one, so residents must ALWAYS be prepared to play it safe by tightening up their home, making it MORE secure.

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