Will County Police Blotter: Second Masked Robbery at Frankfort Circle K
Will County Sheriff's Office reports, Oct. 17-21 • Gold and Jewelry Stolen in Frankfort Break-In • Second Masked Robbery at Frankfort Circle K • Equipment Stolen from Electrician’s Truck in Mokena • Tools Stolen From Truck in Frankfort.
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 17
Gold and Jewelry Stolen in Frankfort Break-In
Unknown persons broke into a residence on the 7500 block of W. Lakeside Drive in Frankfort. Gold coins and jewelry were stolen.
THURSDAY, OCT. 18
Second Masked Robbery at Frankfort Circle K
Deputies responded at 4:26 a.m. to an armed robbery in progress at Shell Circle K at 7654 W. Lincoln Hwy in Frankfort.
The attendant said that at 4:24 a.m. a man entered the store wearing a face-covering mask with eyes that looked like those of a bug or alien. The masked man pointed a silver semi-automatic handgun at the attendant and placed a mesh bad on the store counter. The attendant gave the masked man approximately $120 from the register and the robber ran from the store.
The masked man was described as 5 feet 5 inches tall and of a slender build. Store personnel said that the offender had a similar appearance to the person who robbed the store last week in a Freddy Krueger mask.
The robbery remains under investigation.
Equipment Stolen from Electrician’s Truck in Mokena
An employee of MJ Electric said that an unknown person entered a company truck while the employee was completing power line work at S. 116th Avenue and Owens Road in Mokena.
The unknown person pried open a storage panel door on the truck and stole ground wire, two strap hoists, three pulling grips, a fiberglass stick, a voltage tester and a 500 foot rope.
SUNDAY, OCT. 21
Tools Stolen From Truck in Frankfort
An unknown person entered a truck on the 7200 block of W. Hickory Creek Drive in Frankfort and stole numerous tools.
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