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3/20/2020, 0340 hrs, 23000 bl, Folkestone Way, MOTOR VEHICLE THEFT, Report of unsecured vehicle stolen from driveway

 

3/20/2020, 0800 hrs, 11200 blk Chimay Ct, TRESPASS TO VEHICLE, Report of entry made to unsecured vehicle; nothing reported missing

 3/21/2020, 1140 hrs, 21400 Blk English Dr, THEFT, Report of theft of mail from mailbox




4TH OFFENDER ARRESTED FROM NOVEMBER 2019 KIDNAPPING

The Frankfort Police Department is announcing the arrest of a fourth individual involved in the kidnapping of a female victim from the Chase Bank ATM in Frankfort on November 16, 2019. A warrant was issued on March 2, 2020 for the arrest of David Gilmore, age 20, of 132 East 119th Street, Chicago, IL. Gilmore has been charged with Aggravated Vehicular Hijacking, Aggravated Kidnapping, Aggravated Robbery, Armed Robbery and Aggravated Unlawful Restraint.

 
Gilmore was arrested this morning at his residence on 119th Street, Chicago by the U.S. Marshals Great Lakes Regional Fugitive Task Force. Gilmore is in the custody of the Will County Adult Detention Facility and is being held on $750,000.00 bond (10% to apply).
 
The Frankfort Police Department is extremely grateful for the support received by other law enforcement agencies and the community. The assistance provided helped lead to the identification and arrest of Gilmore.


 





Frankfort Police is again reminding residents to lock vehicle doors and remove valuables when possible.  This is the best way to avoid being a victim of a car burglary or theft.  Please NEVER leave your keys or key fobs in your car.  Also - remember to closed your garage doors at night!!   We ask that if you see anything out of the ordinary or hear anything, such as a car door shutting or a dog barking at an unusual time, call the Frankfort Police Department immediately at 911 (emergency) or 815-485-2500 (non-emergency). Working with the community is the best way for you to help us to stop crime. Remember “Lock it or Lose it!!” and if you “See (or hear) Something, Say Something”, and call police.