Blotter: May 2

Tanner Maxwell

Evanston resident’s car stolen

Someone stole a 34-year-old Evanston woman’s car from the 800 block of Dobson Street last week, Evanston Police Department spokesman Cmdr. Jay Parrott said.

The white 1984 Toyota Camry was stolen between April 23 and 30. Parrott said the car was believed to be locked.

There are no suspects at this time, Parrott said.

Shots reportedly fired on Grey and Greenwood, nothing found

Shots were reportedly fired Monday evening near Grey Avenue and Greenwood Street, Parrott said.

After receiving a report of a loud noise, police investigated the area. Parrott said officers could not find anything related to the disturbance.

Burglar takes $2,800 of goods from residence

A burglar stole several items from a 20-year-old woman’s apartment in the 1100 block of Asbury Avenue on Monday, Parrott said.

The thief likely entered the building through an unlocked rear window of the residence, Parrott said. The burglar took a safe and its contents, as well as two digital cameras and a set of keys.

Parrott said the stolen items were worth about $2,800. There are no suspects at this time, he added.

– Tanner Maxwell

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