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Police Reports

Burglars target unlocked cars in Campton Township

Items reported stolen from unlocked cars

H. Rick Bamman - hbamman@shawmedia.com
Police Crime Tape
H. Rick Bamman - hbamman@shawmedia.com Police Crime Tape

ST. CHARLES TOWNSHIP – Residents of The Windings subdivision in Campton Township reported June 11 and 12 that items were stolen from seven unlocked vehicles, according to Kane County Sheriff’s reports.

Two Vera Bradley wallets valued at $75 and $60 were reported stolen June from two unlocked vehicles in the 42W600 block of Steeplechase.

The rest were all reported on June 12.

Clothing valued at $100 and $45 in cash and coins were stolen from a vehicle in the 5N800 block of Ravine Drive.

Also from the 42W300 block of Ravine Drive, a resident reported that a pair of Rayban sunglasses valued at $150 was stolen from a vehicle. The resident’s surveillance camera footage revealed a flashlight in use at 2:50 a.m., but the vehicle was just out of view, reports stated.

A $200 portable game system, Marvel Deadpool bi-fold wallet valued at $25, a backpack valued at $25, driver’s license and credit cards were reported stolen from a vehicle in the 5N600 block of Jens Jensen Lane.

Also from the 5N500 block of Jens Jensen Lane, a phone charger valued at $20 was reported stolen; and from the 42W800 block of Jens Jensen Lane, a phone charger valued at $10 and $2.50 in quarters were reported stolen.

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