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3600 Kirchoff Road
Rolling Meadows, Illinois 60008
"Around the Clock Non-Emergency Service"
(847) 255-2416

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Crime Reports

Below are summaries of crimes reported recently in Rolling Meadows. Click on the tabs above (Car Burglaries, Home Repair Scams, and Residential Burglaries) to learn more on how to help us prevent such crimes.

Ruse Entry Burglaries

On the afternoon of Wednesday, November 12, 2008, two burglaries occurred, one on Lincoln Avenue and the other on Dove Street. In each incident, a male Hispanic, 25-30 years of age, showed up at the victim's house saying he was there to investigate the quality of the tap water. The offender was allowed in and then distracted the victim while accomplices entered quietly and went throughout the house stealing jewelry. The victims in these crimes didn't know that their belongings were missing until after the offenders were long gone.

Residential Burglaries

On Saturday, October 25, 2008, from 5:00 PM until just past midnight, six residential burglaries occurred in the area east of Route 53, north of Kirchoff Road, south of Euclid Avenue, and west of Salt Creek. The victims' homes were located as follows:

  • on the 2300 block of Forest Avenue,
  • on the 3300 block of Fremont Street,
  • on the 3300 block of Fremont Street,
  • on the 3600 block of Fremont Street,
  • on the 2100 block of Robin Lane,
  • on the 2100 block of Flicker Lane, and
  • on the 3500 block of Campbell Street.

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In April of this year, Officers located, arrested, and dissembled a residential burglary crew, the third such crew in the previous 5 months. We need your assistance to solve these recent crimes. Call 9-1-1 immediately to report any suspicious activity including:

  • Suspicious/unrecognized vehicles parked in your neighborhood.

  • Suspicious/unrecognized vehicles driving up and down a street more then once.

  • Suspicious/unrecognized subjects walking through yards or on streets/sidewalks.

You may call our Investigations Unit at 847-255-2416 or our 24-Hour Crime Tips Hotline at 847-506-6024 to report information anonymously about criminal activity, gang crimes, property crimes, etc.

 

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