Blotter: April 8

Julian Gerez, Assistant City Editor

Money, laptop burglarized from 27 Live

More than $1,000 and a laptop were stolen from a downtown Evanston restaurant early Friday morning.

Someone shattered the rear glass door of 27 Live, 1012 Church St., and took about $1,200 from four cash registers, Evanston Police Cmdr. Jay Parrott said. A contractor working for the owner discovered the broken door of the establishment at 8 a.m., police said. Two cash registers from the front and the back of the restaurant were found either damaged or missing. A Gateway laptop was also stolen.

Parrott said no suspects have been identified in the case.

About $300 worth of women’s leggings stolen

About $300 worth of women’s leggings were taken from a store in downtown Evanston on Friday afternoon.

A man stole five pairs of leggings from Title Nine, 816 1/2 Church St., while an employee was occupied with another customer, police said. Parrott said the employee who reported the theft said she felt something was not quite right before she discovered the missing athletic pants.

Police said there is no indication of any video evidence at the store.

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