WGN: Chicago Police Looking for Owners of Stolen Goods Recovered in Maywood

Saturday, October 21, 2017 || By Local News Curator || @maywoodnews 

Chicago police officers are attempting to locate the owners of stolen items that were recovered from a Maywood home, according to a WGN report.

The total estimated value of the items, which include bicycles, lawn mowers and power tools, is around $500,000.

The items were on display at a police station in Chicago. Officers said that many of the items come from residents in the city.

Read and/or watch the full WGN news report here. VFP 

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One thought on “WGN: Chicago Police Looking for Owners of Stolen Goods Recovered in Maywood

  1. This type of crime is very sad, when it happen within blocks of your residence and the town police don’t know about the house. The police reported that crime has went down in our town, but we have a house full of stolen property in the town. I bet some of that stolen property belong to some Maywood residence who house been broken into. The people of Maywood ever going to receive the truth about crime in the town. I look at facebook an notice people placing information about them being carjacked in town. I never read that in the paper, so I wonder how much crime is not reported. I see people have questions about unsolved murders an not receiving answers from the police department. The social media is making eyes open, when crime is being reported about your town. Lets pat attention community.

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