Burr Ridge crime briefs for March 12.
Updated: April 15, 2013 10:43AM
The following incidents were listed among the official reports of the Burr Ridge Police Department.
Someone tried to open a credit card account using the name of a resident of the 300 block of Devon Drive. The crime was reported March. No monetary loss occurred.
Someone used a Burr Ridge resident’s credit card information to make more than $200 in purchases. The crime was reported by a resident of the 300 block of Countryside Court March 6.
A resident of the 11700 block of Woodside Court reported a shipping company hired to ship a piece of furniture to California failed to do so. The Skokie company picked up the furniture at the Burr Ridge home but it never reached its destination. Loss is estimated at $1,000.
HIT AND RUN
The driver of a white Mercedes Benz was involved in a hit and run accident with a truck at 100 Burr Ridge Parkway at 8:21 a.m. March 8. The driver struck the truck and left the scene. No damage or injuries were reported and the driver has not been identified.
A car stereo and two oil paintings were reported missing from a home in the 15W200 block of 77th Street after the homeowner hired an outside service to paint the inside of the house March 10. Loss is estimated at $1,600.
Catalytic converters were stolen from two vans parked in the 7700 block of Grant Street. One theft was reported on March 5, the other on March 6. Police said it is possible the two crimes are related.~.