An Oak Park guy was the target of an armed vehicular hijacking on his possess assets July 26 in the 1000 block of Clinton Avenue. The gentleman was backing his silver 2021 Volkswagen Atlas into his garage at 6:26 p.m. in the evening, when two offenders came in as a result of the open garage doorway. The 1st offender brandished a black handgun at the sufferer and demanded he get out of his motor vehicle. The second offender hopped in the driver’s seat and drove the car or truck out of the garage.
Oak Park detectives recovered the automobile, which was valued at $30,000, on July 28 in the 600 block of Could Road in Chicago.
Following approaching and beginning an argument with an Oak Park juvenile, a male offender hit the victim on the remaining aspect of deal with then fled on foot in an unidentified course at 5:04 p.m., July 28 in the 1100 block of Lake Street.
Anyone entered a household garage immediately after breaking a window and then removed a grey and black Moi sluggish blower, a grey and black Ego garden mower, and a grey and black Moi lawn edger concerning 1 a.m. and 8 a.m., July 24 in the 500 block of North Cuyler Avenue. The approximated loss is $1,200.
Motor auto theft
Another person removed a vehicle parked in the 400 block of Harlem Avenue among 8 a.m. and 10:35 a.m., July 26. The approximated reduction is $25,000.
- A bundle containing a 32-inch Dell curved computer keep an eye on was taken from its put of supply in the 100 block of Washington Boulevard all around 3:37 p.m., July 15. The decline is estimated at $372.
- An unlocked black specialised bicycle was taken from a again yard in the 600 block of North Ridgeland Avenue involving 8 p.m., July 26 and 5 p.m., July 27. The believed decline is $750.
Legal property problems
- The entrance gate of a residence was broken in the 200 block of South Cuyler Avenue at about 6:31 p.m., July 23. The approximated destruction is $400.
- Somebody shattered the glass of door selection four of CTA 5193 at an unidentified time on July 26 at 1116 South Blvd. The estimated problems is $400.
These things, obtained from the Oak Park Law enforcement Section, arrived from reviews from July 27-30 and symbolize a part of the incidents to which law enforcement responded. Any person named in these reviews has only been billed with a crime and instances have not however been adjudicated. We report the race of a suspect only when a really serious criminal offense has been fully commited, the suspect is nonetheless at massive, and police have supplied us with a specific bodily description of the suspect as they request the public’s aid in generating an arrest.
Compiled by Stacey Sheridan