Wilmette, News

Police Reports: Stolen jet skis, fight at youth baseball game

These reports were pulled from the latest police summaries provided by departments in our coverage area (Wilmette, Winnetka, Highland Park, Northfield, Kenilworth and Glencoe).


April 26

• A tote bag reportedly was stolen from a car in Edens Plaza, 3232 Lake Ave.

April 25

• A credit card reportedly was stolen from a wallet in Jewel at Plaza del Lago, 1515 Sheridan Road.

April 21

• Cosmetics and alcohol reportedly were stolen from Walgreens, 3232 Lake Ave.


April 28

• An unlocked bicycle reportedly was stolen from Chestnut and Oak streets.

April 24

• A mailed check reportedly was stolen, altered and cashed for $4,900.

April 23

• A bicycle and helmet reportedly were stolen from a garage in the 900 block of Elm Street.

• Mailed checks reportedly were stolen, altered and cashed in an amount exceeding $5,000.


April 21

• Nearly $80,000 reportedly was stolen when a resident attempted to wire funds to a general contractor.


April 27

• Two jet skis and a trailer reportedly were stolen from a gated area at the Park Avenue Boating Ramp, 31 Park Ave.

April 24

• Items reportedly were stolen from Casey’s, 1333 Half Day Road.


April 27

• A physical altercation reportedly broke out at a youth baseball game at Willow Park, 401 Wagner Road. According to police, a female pushed two individuals, who were uninjured and did not wish to file complaints.

April 22

• A purse reportedly was stolen between 6-8 p.m. from an office building in the 1700 block of Maple Street.


No reported incidents between April 19-26

The Record’s police reports are taken from police-activity summaries prepared by local police departments. Police Reports contain public information from preliminary reports and are not a complete listing of all police activity. The Record does not publish the names of individuals arrested and named in preliminary reports unless the incident is a matter of public safety or has significant community implications. All arrestees are innocent until proven guilty.


This article was developed using publicly available information, such as press releases, municipal records and social media posts.

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