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Car and Home Burglaries: Reports Through Dec. 3, 2018

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Park Forest police and detectives investigate a residential burglary in June 2018. (Photo: PFPD)

Park Forest, IL-(ENEWSPF)- There were car and home burglaries reported during the week of November 28 through December 3, 2018. On the plus side, only three incidents were reported. And there was that naked man running through Lincolnwood.

Man Seen Burgling Vehicle

A woman saw a man wearing all black clothing reaching into her son’s vehicle on November 28 at approximately 6 AM. This was in the first block of McGarity Road.

The man had a small black bag in his hand. He closed the door of the vehicle and then walked away eastbound on McGarity Road.

According to the witness, the man was approximately 5’8″ and about 170 pounds. She could not make out any other physical characteristics of the man.

A bank debit card was later discovered missing from the center console of the vehicle. The woman was the last person to drive the vehicle and was not sure if the vehicle was locked, according to police.

Home Burglaries: Nothing Missing on Springfield Street

Residents returning home to a house at 11:30 PM in the 400 block of Springfield Street on November 30 discovered that a downstairs window was open and clothes were scattered around a bedroom with a trail of clothing leading out the window.

One of the residents gathered her clothing in the backyard and from a fence in the backyard and brought it back inside the house and shut the window. Nothing else in the residence appeared to be disturbed or missing, according to police.

Earlier, at 10:54 PM, officers responded to the 100 block of Indiana Street for a report of a suspicious subject who was running around naked. The 19-year-old man also allegedly broke a window of a house in the 400 block of Springfield Street, according to police. He was located and transported to St. James Hospital in Olympia Fields, according to police.

Home Burglaries: Nothing Missing on Arcadia Street

Police were dispatched to the 200 block of Arcadia Street on December 3 at 12:30 PM regarding a report of an open door.

Upon arrival, officers saw that the kitchen door was ajar. The door was damaged and appeared to have been forced open, according to police.

Officers checked inside the residence and discovered no one present.

A flatscreen television was discovered to be damaged and lying on the floor. That TV, an ashtray, and several envelopes had been knocked off a stand that was positioned against a wall.

A resident at the house said that nothing appeared to be missing, according to police.