Police to Reunite Owners With Stolen Property - NBC Chicago

Police to Reunite Owners With Stolen Property

West side man charged with burglary.



    Cops show off a bunch of stolen goods and invited the public to claim it Thursday. (Published Thursday, Nov. 17, 2011)

    The Chicago Police want to reunite Chicagoans with their stolen property.

    The police, in a statement, report that Leonard Jamison, 46, was arrested and charged Nov. 10 with one count of felony burglary. He was a suspect in a Sep. 4th crime that resulted in a woman's car window being smashed in and a purse with credit cards and electronics stolen from the vehicle on South Lake Shore Drive.

    Jamison's blood was found within the car and investigators followed purchases made with the woman's credit cards.

    He appeared in court Nov. 11 and released on a $75,000 bond. Police obtained a second search warrant on Nov. 14 and found numerous items from cell phones, laptops and gift cards that may have be stolen as well.

    Police now will hold a public viewing Thursday and Friday to locate other potential victims and reunite them with their stolen goods. The viewing will be held at Area 3 Headquarters on 2452 W. Belmont, between Belmont and Western. The viewing is schedule to open at 9 a.m. and close at 5 p.m.