Blotter: Retail theft

Yonjoo Seo, Assistant Arts and Entertainment Editor

Two pairs of Skullcandy wireless headphones were stolen from Target on Thursday.

An employee reported that a customer left the store between 11 a.m. and 11:15 a.m. on Thursday with headphones they had not purchased, Police Cmdr. Brian Henry said. The employee was reviewing security footage at the time of the theft.

The headphones were valued at $58.98. Evanston Police Department has a suspect at this time, but no charges have been made yet.

iPhones stolen from T-Mobile

Three iPhone 12s were stolen from T-Mobile on Thursday.

The employee at the store, located at 1732 Sherman Ave., reported that a customer was looking to purchase the phones. When he tried to purchase them using Apple Pay, the transaction failed, Henry said.

At around 3:04 p.m, the customer took the phones and ran out of the store past Sherman Avenue. A black SUV drove away soon after, and Henry said the customer may have gotten in the vehicle.

The items are valued at $2,490. EPD does not have any suspects at this time.

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