Multiple Vehicle Burglaries: Homewood Police Blotter
Homewood police reports, July 30.
MONDAY, JULY 30
Stolen Bicycle Rack, Coins
Someone broke into a Homewood man’s garage on the 18500 block of Marshfield Avenue sometime between 10 p.m. on July 26 and 7 a.m. on July 27 and stole a bicycle rack and coins from within the car parked in the garage, according to police. The estimated property loss is $254. The report was filed on July 30.
Purse Stolen From Car
Someone broke into a Homewood woman’s vehicle parked on the 18500 block of Marshfield Avenue sometime between 11:30 p.m. on July 26 and 7 a.m. on July 27, according to police. Among the items stolen from the vehicle was a vinyl red purse with various cosmetics and a library book inside, according to police. Police said the purse was later recovered near the scene of the crime. The report was filed on July 30.
Vehicle Rummaged Through
Someone broke into a vehicle parked in a detached garage on the 18600 block of Marshfield Avenue sometime between 11 p.m. on July 26 and 7 a.m. on July 27, according to police. The burglar entered the unlocked vehicle and rummaged through the car, but did not take anything, according to the report. The report was filed on July 30.
A woman was charged with retail theft after she was caught concealing six T-shirts from their display racks near 11 a.m. on July 27 at the Homewood Target, according to police. Store security caught the woman on camera and turned her in. The report was filed on July 30.
Snatch and Run
What began as retail theft for two juvenile women turned into a police chase around 9:30 p.m. on July 27 on the 17600 block of Halsted. Police said the two evaded Kohls security after they were caught stealing roughly $200 worth of merchandise. Homewood officers were able to locate the two women outside the building where they were chased down and arrested, according to reports. Both juveniles were charged with retail theft and resisting and officer. The report was filed July 30.
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