Lottery Tickets Stolen From Bank, Police Say

The following arrest information was provided by the Wilmette Police Department. When an arrest is mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction.


Bank Employees at North Shore Community Bank and Trust at 720 12th St. reported that Power Ball Tickets — which had been left in a copy machine — were stolen between 2:15 p.m. and 2:30 p.m., police reports state.


A resident on the 300 block of Central Park Ave. reported that an unknown offender(s) removed the spare tire from underneath his vehicle between May 1 and May 4, police reports state. He is unsure of where the theft occurred.


A resident on the 2000 block of Elmwood Ave. reported that an unknown person(s) had used her information to file a tax return, police reports state.


A resident on the 2100 block of Beechwood Ave. reported that unknown offender(s) took over her cell phone account and was using her service between March 18 and May 4, which was cancelled, police reports state. She also discovered that her Visa card number was used in Shreveport, LA. She also cancelled the card.


A Carson's Pirie Scott employee was charged under local ordinance after security agents obtained a confession that he has been taking cash from his till on several occassions, Wilmette Police reports state. The incident occured on May 1.


A resident on the 400 block of Linden Ave. reported that an unwanted subject at the residence on May 5, police reports state. The subject was told to leave and was advised that she would be arrested for trespass.


Employees at the Wilmette Recreation Center at 3000 Glenview Rd. contacted police after 2 locks had appeared to be tampered with, one needing to be cut off of the locker, police reports state. There were no reports of theft at the time that the report was made. The possible offender was observed on video surveillance.

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Willie Wilmette May 08, 2013 at 01:15 PM
Theft is charged under local ordinance? Does this avoid getting the person on a searchable database when they get get caught elsewhere?


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