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The following items were taken from West Chicago police reports:

Someone reportedly left a gas station with a magazine without paying in the 100 block of W. North Avenue on June 22.

An unlocked vehicle was reportedly entered but nothing was taken in the 400 block of Ann Street on June 22.

The catalytic converter of a vehicle was reportedly taken in the 500 block of Carriage Avenue on June 22.

Tools were reportedly taken from a business in the 1200 block of Prince Crossing Road on June 23.

A fraud incident involving the victim wiring an unknown caller two payments of $250 and then $320 for an alleged grant was reported in the 800 block of Windsor Court on June 23.

A ceramic flower pot was reportedly taken from the front of a house in the 300 block of Vine Street on June 23.

A cell phone was reportedly taken from a purse in the 1800 block of Hawthorne Lane on June 24.

Graffiti was reportedly spray-painted on a garage at Pearl and George streets on June 25.

An unauthorized document was reportedly taken from the 2000 block of Franciscan Way on June 25.

A dispute over child visitations was reported in the 500 block of Carriage Drive on June 26.

A female reportedly approached a woman and started yelling at her in the 200 block of Joliet Street on June 25.

Kids were reportedly playing with fireworks in the 1600 block of Windsor Court on June 25.

Prescription drugs delivered to a home by UPS were reportedly taken from the 400 block of Post Oak Circle on June 25.

The side panel and doors of a vehicle were reportedly keyed in the 1000 block of Willow Creek Road on June 26.

A former employee reportedly attempted to refill unauthorized prescriptions in the 100 block of N. Neltnor Boulevard on June 26.

A verbal dispute between mother and daughter was reported in the 200 block of Ingalton Avenue on June 27.

The rear window of a vehicle was reported broken in the 800 block of Kenwood Avenue on June 27.

A physical altercation between two males was reported in the 2200 block of N. Neltnor Boulevard on June 28.

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