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Police Blotter: Laptop, tablet, cell phone stolen from apartment

Kristina Karisch, Assistant City Editor

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About $2,800 worth of technology and cash was stolen from an apartment in south Evanston after the resident, a 23-year-old woman, left her apartment at about 11:30 a.m. on Thursday, police said.

When she returned around noon, the back door had been opened, Evanston Police Cmdr. Joseph Dugan said. A pink iPhone 7 plus, a MacBook Air, a silver iPad mini, a laptop bag and a mason jar filled with cash and change were missing. In total, the items are worth about $2,800, Dugan said.

There was no sign of forced entry, and the woman told police she does not remember if she locked her back door or not.

Drain snake stolen from garage

A 45-year-old Evanston resident discovered his garage door had been forced open on Thursday, police said.

The man had installed video surveillance cameras outside his house in southwest Evanston, Dugan said. According to the recording, his side garage door had been forced open just before 4:30 a.m.

A man wearing a light-colored hoodie entered the garage and took a black Cobra drain snake worth around $500, Dugan said.

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