Northwest suburban police blotter - Chicago Daily Herald

19 and stole a computer monitor valued at $100. • Thieves stole a men's black and silver 19-inch, 23-speed trek bicycle between noon Aug. Value was estimated at $650. Bartlett • Vandals hurled golf balls around 2 p. m. Aug. Damage was estimated at $1,600. Buffalo Grove • Thieves stole a stop sign between 10 p. m. Aug. Value was estimated at $200. • A Buffalo Grove resident was scammed between Aug. The suspect then charged her approximately $400. She took her computer to an Apple store and was told the procedure was not authorized by Apple and was probably a scam. She changed the sign-on for her computer, and her bank suspended the charge. • Thieves stole a wallet valued at $100 out of a customer's purse between 2:20 and 3 p. m. Aug. 17 at Mariano's, 450 W. Half Day Road, and used two credit cards in the wallet to purchase two gift cards for $1,000 and $10,000 at a Target in Vernon Hills. The Target security department said the person who purchased the cards appeared to be with two other men. • A woman stole cancer medication between noon and 6 p. m. Aug. 14 after a UPS driver delivered it to the victim's home on the 800 block of Providence Lane. Source: