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Crime Reports: Two Golf Carts Taken for Joy Rides

Frankfort Police and Will County Sheriff's Office reports, July 17-29 • Two incidents of items stolen vehicles • Bricks taken from yard and concrete statue.

SUNDAY, JULY 28

Items Stolen From Unlocked Car

Frankfort Police received a report of undisclosed items stolen from an unlocked vehicle in a business parking lot in the 20800 block of LaGrange Road

THURSDAY, JULY 25

Items Taken From Outside Vehicle

Undisclosed items were reported stolen from the outside of a vehicle in a business parking lot in the 11000 block of Lincoln Highway.

SATURDAY, JULY 20

Bricks Stolen, Statue Broken From Yard

About 15 landscaping bricks were taken from a retaining wall and three potted plants were emptied and a concrete pine cone statue was broken at the 12000 block of West Lake View Drive.

Rock Thrown at Vehicle Windshield

A rock was thrown at the windshield of a vehicle, cracking it, and five landscaping lights were stolen from the 12000 block of West Lake View Drive.

FRIDAY, JULY 19

Golf Carts Taken for Joy Rides

Two golf carts were hot wired and driven around the Frankfort Square Links Golf Course in the 7800 block of St. Francis Road. One cart was on its side when both were found in the southeast corner of the course, according to a Will County Sheriff's Office report. A pin flag and fencing also were damaged, the report stated.

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