Blotter: Coffee pot broken at Chase Bank, faucet stolen from unlocked car, vehicle burglary leaves man missing medicine, cash

Molly Burke, Reporter

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A coffee pot was destroyed at the Chase Bank in the 1900 block of McDaniel Avenue at around 12:20 p.m. on Monday. The suspect, an Evanston man, is thought to have been dissatisfied with the bank prior to the vandalism, Evanston police Cmdr. Brian Henry said. 

Chase Bank will not press charges for the destruction of property, but has banned the suspect from the location.

Faucet stolen from unlocked car 

A kitchen faucet was stolen from an unlocked 2016 Nissan between Sunday evening and Monday morning. The burglary occurred in the 1900 block of Colfax Street. 

The vehicle’s owner, a Chicago man, reported the value of the faucet was approximately $290, Henry said. There is currently no information on the suspect.

Vehicle burglary leaves man missing medicine, cash

Cash, an expired credit card, medicine and miscellaneous items were stolen from an unlocked 1997 Honda between Sunday evening and Monday morning. The owner, an Evanston man, reported that $30 in cash was taken, but the value of the other stolen goods is unknown, Henry said.

The theft occurred in the 1900 block of Foster Street and there is no information about the suspect.

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