Thursday morning, , burning it to the ground, according to the Naperville Police Department. Now, Crimestoppers is offering a reward of up to $1,000 for information leading to an arrest.
The and Police departments were called to May Watts Elementary School, 800 S. Whispering Hills Drive, at 5:58 a.m. Thursday. It was determined a Porta-Potty was set on fire and burned to the ground, according to the . The estimated loss was $1,000.
Anyone got a hot dog?
A mustard-type sauce was poured into a mailbox and on the front door of a home in the 2300 block of River Woods Drive, police said.
Just letting in some fresh air
A resident left to run errands and came back home two hours later to find her front window open in the 900 block of Darius Lane. No one entered the home and nothing was missing, police said.
Someone removed a video game from the display and then removed the discs from the packaging and placed them into their pocket. He tried to leave the store in the 700 block of South Route 59, but was detained by loss prevention at 12:45 p.m, police said.
Neighbors were arguing over a car getting wet from sprinklers being turned on in the 1100 block of Standish Court, police said.
Well then, help yourself
A man purchased a Black & Decker Power Sander valued at $49.99 on May 23 at Menards, but it was missing a part. Instead of exchanging the sander, he opened a new one on the sales floor and removed the piece, police said.