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ELMHURST, IL – In the last few days, Elmhurst police handled cases involving a burglary at a vape business, a prowler, a stolen car, trespassing and a sidewalk fall. Here is information from the latest Elmhurst police reports:

Vape firm burglary

  • The glass front door to UD Vape, 533 W. Wrightwood Ave., was shattered overnight Saturday. Vape devices and CBD products were strewn about. An investigation is pending.

Prowler

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  • In the 900 block of South Caldwell Avenue, surveillance footage showed a woman trying to gain entry into a house and cars in the driveway shortly before 3 a.m. Wednesday. The woman was seen entering the resident’s backyard before leaving in a dark sedan. The incident was reported about 20 minutes later. An investigation is pending.

Stolen car

  • The branch manager for Enterprise Leasing, 896 N. York St., told police Monday that a customer returned a vehicle after the customer learned it was reported stolen in Tennessee.

Dog bites dog

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  • A resident in the 100 block of West Madison Street told police Sunday that her son was walking their dog when a dog from a neighboring yard bit their dog through the fence.

Damage to car

  • A person told police that someone scratched his car and partly peeled off the registration sticker about 1:30 p.m. Tuesday at Sandburg Middle School, 345 E. St. Charles Road.

Theft

  • A dark brown planter was stolen shortly before 10 p.m. Tuesday at a business in the 400 block of South Spring Road. A witness said he saw a person steal the planter and leave the area in a gray Honda Accord. An investigation is pending.

Trespassing

  • Get Bazzy, 152 N. York St., asked police Wednesday to issue a no-trespass notice to a suspect who was disturbing customers.

Sidewalk fall

  • A person fell on a sidewalk about 4 p.m. Wednesday in the 100 block of North York Street. The person was taken to Elmhurst Hospital.

Identity theft

  • A resident in the 300 block of Huntington Lane told police Monday that someone used his personal information to open a fraudulent bank account. The resident suffered no financial loss.

DUI

  • Victor Vela, 32, of Chicago, was arrested about 3:30 a.m. Tuesday at Route 83 and Riverside on charges of DUI and improper lane usage. He was released on bond.

Warrant

  • Destiny Mattox, 25, of Berkeley, was arrested at noon Monday in the 100 block of North York on a Glendale Police Department warrant and illegal handicapped parking. She was released to the Glendale police.

Driving violations

  • Margaret Dotson, 64, of Madison, Wisconsin, was cited about 1:30 p.m. Monday in the 900 block of South York on charges of driving with a suspended license, failure to report an accident, improper lane usage and driving an uninsured motor vehicle. She was released on bond.

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