The Glenview Police Department provided the following reports. Charges are merely accusations and suspects are innocent until proven guilty.
Identity Theft and Credit Card Fraud
On Oct. 16, a Glenview resident reported that multiple credit accounts had been opened in their name by an unknown offender who used their identifying information, police said. Losses totaled about $4,000, according to police.
On the same day, another resident reported that someone used their personal information to divert checks from a bank account for about $1,800 in losses, police said.
On Oct. 20, someone reported that their credit cards was stolen in Northbrook and used at a business in the 2200 block of Willow Rd. by a female suspect who purchased gift cards and various items for a loss of about $3,500, according to police.
The combined losses for the three crimes is $9,300.
Trespass and Motor Vehicle Burglary
On Oct. 17, a resident in the 2100 bock of Timbers Edge notified police that someone entered their garage via an unlocked overhead door and went inside two unlocked cars but stole nothing, police said.
On Oct. 20, a resident reported that someone entered their vehicle, parked on the 4100 block of Cove Ln. and stole a GPS device, according to police. The resident believed that the crime occurred that day or the day before, police said. Losses totaled about $130, according to police.
On the same block, on the same day, a resident said they witnessed two male subjects around the resident's vehicle — one of the strangers was inside the vehicle and the other stood outside of it, police said. Both fled, and nothing was taken, according to police.
The next day, a resident in the 400 block of Warren Rd. reported that someone entered their car while it was unlocked and parked outside their residence, according to police. A male subject was spotted running from the area, according to police, who said that nothing appeared to be stolen.