1:57 p.m. Monday | 531 Five Cities Drive | Burglary
Bet that shocked the employee
A man entered Rite Aid and asked an employee for a bag. The man then filled up the bag with candy and ran out of the store. He was described as 20 to
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30 years old, about 6 feet tall and was driving a older gold Lexus.
11:04 a.m. Wednesday | Summit Station Way | Suspicious circumstances
What was the umbrella for?
A person came into the police department lobby and asked that someone call the sheriff’s department because a man was lying on the side of the road. The man apparently had a multicolored umbrella and his bike was approximately 100 yards away from where he was laying. It was unknown if he was hurt. Paramedics contacted the man, who turned out to be a bicyclist taking a break.
8:46 p.m. Thursday | 867 Oak Park Boulevard | Suspicious circumstances
As if fast-food work wasn’t bad enough already
A woman said two males threw drinks in her face in the Taco Bell drive-through. The car was full of teenagers.
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