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Sugar Grove police reports

Published: Tuesday, July 29, 2014 11:57 p.m. CDT • Updated: Wednesday, July 30, 2014 12:03 a.m. CDT

• A construction company employee reported Monday, July 28, that his work signs were being taken out of front yards in the Windsor Pointe subdivision. He reportedly believed they were being taken by a competitor. The three signs had an estimated value of $15.

• Police received a walk-in report Thursday, July 24, of credit card fraud. A resident’s credit card was reportedly used to make a nearly $500 purchase in late June.

• Prescription medications were reported stolen Wednesday, July 23, from a 2001 vehicle in the 100 block of Neil Road, Sugar Grove.

• Police received a walk-in report of credit card fraud Wednesday, July 23. Four fraudulent charges totaling $1,305.44 had reportedly been made since May; two transactions happened out of state.

• About $1,800 in Army gear – including three sets of combat uniforms, two pairs of boots, a helmet and a bulletproof vest – were reported stolen Friday, July 18, from a 1999 vehicle in the 400 block of Route 47, Sugar Grove.

• A resident of the 400 block of Snow Street, Sugar Grove, reported Thursday, July 17, that several pieces of jewelry have been missing over recent months.

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