Diamond Jewelry, Brass Plaque Walk Away
Barrington police report that jewelry disappeared from an Atria Bay Spring Village resident's room; the plaque walked away from the traffic island in front of the library.
Barrington police are investigating another theft that happened last week – this one at Atria Bay Spring Village. It was reported last Friday, Oct. 26, at 2:10 pm..
An 82-year-old woman resident told police that jewelry worth around $5,000 was stolen from her room, said Barrington Police Chief John LaCross.
Reported missing are a 4 to 5 carat diamond ring and a gold wedding band, according to the police report. The rings were kept in a ring case on the woman’s dresser, LaCross said.
A separate theft was reported to police last Monday, Oct. 22. It occurred in a very conspicuous place.
A brass plaque that was embedded in the ground near the large tree in the traffic island in front of the Barrington Public Library was reported to have disappeared, LaCross said.
The plaque’s value is listed at under $500.