Blotter: Microphone system, label maker stolen from unlocked vehicle in south Evanston

Jake Holland, Assistant City Editor

A wireless microphone system and a label maker were stolen between Monday night and Tuesday morning from a vehicle in south Evanston.

The vehicle’s owner, an Evanston resident, called police after she noticed her car — which was parked in the 1500 block of Crain Street — was missing its glovebox, Evanston police Cmdr. Joseph Dugan said. He said the stolen microphone system was valued at $1,000 and the label maker was valued at $400.

Dugan said the unknown suspect entered the vehicle through an unlocked door.

A neighbor called police Tuesday after finding the label maker and microphone system in his yard, Dugan said. Dugan said the items had not been returned to the owner as of Wednesday afternoon, but would be soon.

Loose change, cell phone chargers stolen from vehicle in south Evanston

Loose change and two cell phone chargers were stolen between Monday night and Tuesday morning from a vehicle in south Evanston.

An Evanston resident called police Tuesday morning after noticing items missing from her 2014 Honda van in the 1000 block of Ashland Avenue, Dugan said. The stolen coins were valued at $1 and the cell phone chargers, one orange and one white, were valued at $25 each.

Dugan said the unknown suspect entered the vehicle through an unlocked door.

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