The eight Chicago school buses brazenly stolen last week for scrapping may not be an isolated case. CBS 2’s Dorothy Tucker reports.
Eight school buses stolen from a South Side lot overnight were driven to a salvage yard and shredded into scrap, police said.
The robbery happened about 7:30 p.m., as the off-duty officer sat in his own car near 91st and King Drive, police said.
Aurora Police detectives are trying to crack a puzzling case. Call it the “mystery of the missing 27 thousand dollar diamond.” CBS2’s Mike Parker is also checking it out.
Four Chicago Bulls championship rings were stolen from a Bronzeville home last week, according to an alert issued by police on Saturday.
Police followed two would-be tree grate thieves to a recycling center on the West Side, where they found hundreds of city-owned tree and sewer grates, worth thousands of dollars.
Several “high-end” bicycles, worth thousands of dollars, were stolen from a Lincoln Park area store Tuesday night.
A public library in Robbins and a school in nearby Blue Island have been hit by air-conditioner thieves.
Police say the theft of two bronze statues from the courtyard at the Waukegan Public Library has been solved, but the statues are gone.
Chicago Police say some bold thieves made their own cash dash Monday morning downtown.
Gary, Ind., police are trying to find a Congressional medal that was stolen from a Tuskegee Airman’s home.
Chicago’s Carbon Tigers say they’ll never stop making music, but some one’s trying to make it tough for them.
Thieves have been hitting stores on the South Side and swiping flat-screen televisions, but police may now have a key clue.
Police in Lincolnwood are investigating the theft of a memorial statue that was stolen from outside an elementary school.
A “Baby Jesus” figure is back with its Nativity scene, after being stolen eight years ago.
Willie Gault’s 1985 Super Bowl ring is back in the hands of the retired Bears and Raiders wide receiver.
A joyride in a stolen Lexus ended in a crash in River North that left a 14-year-old girl in critical condition, and a man and another teenage girl behind bars.
One teen is in jail and police are seeking a second after they allegedly rummaged through the pockets of someone they knew at gunpoint, getting away with just two lottery tickets.
What happens to smart phones that are ripped from the hands of robbery victims? 2 Investigator Dave Savini talks with authorities about the pipeline of stolen merchandise.
Superfriends of downstate Metropolis, Ill., have banded together to help a Superman fan who lost that which is most precious to him.