Police Blotter: Home, Cars Burglarized
Incidents reported by Romeoville Police Department, May 26-31.
TUESDAY, May 31
Someone stole two microwave ovens worth $419.98 and damaged a $799.99 air conditioner in a truck parked in the 1200 block of Naperville Drive, police said.
MONDAY, May 30
A bicycle thief nabbed a $900 bike left unattended in the area of Taylor Road and Weslake Parkway, according to police.
SUNDAY, May 29
- Burglars damaged the door jamb of a home in the 400 block of Kingston to gain entry, and stole two video games worth $200, police said.
- A thief entered an unlocked shed in the 300 block of Macon and stole a lawn mower valued at $200, according to a police report.
A wallet containing credit cards was stolen from a car parked in front of a home in the 1400 block of Larkspur, police said. Estimated value of the wallet and contents is $50.
A vandal used a blunt object to damage the windows, headlights, taillights, side mirrors and body panels of a car parked in the 100 block of Fairfield Drive, police said. Estimated cost to repair the damage is $2,000.
Someone grabbed a package left on the front porch of a home in the 500 block of Susan Street, police said. Value of the contents is estimated at $215.95.
Cars damaged, burglarized
A thief stole books, clothing, keys, license plates and windshield wipers from one car, in addition to scratching the vehicle and damaging the door locks, in the 1800 block of Grassy Knoll. Another vehicle on the property had its windshield wipers and license plate frame broken and license plate bent, police said. Estimated cost of the stolen items and cost to repair damage totals $419.