Wristwatch valued at $2,750 stolen in Burr Ridge

The following incidents were listed among the official reports of the area police departments.

BURR RIDGE

DECEPTIVE PRACTICE

A resident of Fieldstone Drive reported Feb. 22 someone applied for a Kohl’s credit card using her address, but was denied, because an account already existed for that address.

A resident reported Feb. 22 someone tried to charge an online purchase of about $50 to his Mastercard debit card.

DOG BITE

A UPS employee was bitten by a resident’s dog as he was delivering a package to the front door of a home on the 11000 block of West 74th Street at 2:45 p.m. Feb. 19. The police gave the dog owner the papers to complete for a dog bite and to file with Cook County.

HARASSMENT

A resident of 9600 Pacific Court reported Feb. 18 that someone kept calling his home. He suspects it is an IRS scam. When his wife told the person to stop calling, the person used profanity in his response.

PROPERTY DAMAGE

The owner of a 2007 Lexus discovered her front driver-side headlight was damaged between 7:15 p.m. and 9 p.m. Feb. 20, while the car was parking outside Lifetime Fitness, at 601 Burr Ridge Parkway.

A security officer from the Village Center turned over a security DVD that showed a Jeep Wrangler struck a stand pipe in the parking garage on Feb. 20 and drove away.

SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY

A resident of the 6700 block of Fieldstone Drive noticed suspicious boot prints in the snow outside his home the morning of Feb. 18. Police officials described the prints as made by someone “who walked tightly around the house one time,” probably during the night. There were no other signs of suspicious activity.

THEFT

On Feb. 20, a wristwatch, valued at $2,750, was reported missing from a home on the first block of Dragonfly. It was not clear when the watch was last seen.

A woman said her white Nike running shoes were taken when she placed them under a bench in the locker room of Lifetime Fitness, at 601 Burr Ridge Parkway, after she got out of the steam room at 17:45 p.m. Feb. 23. The shoes had an orange Nike swoosh on them and cost $80.

VANDALISM

Someone shot paint balls at a home on Glenn Drive, striking the doors to the attached garage and a couple of windows, between 8 p.m. Feb. 21 and 6 a.m. Feb. 22.

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