An iPhone, television and cash register drawer were left untouched during the recent burglary of a Mokena business.
The burglary occurred at 5:15 a.m. Jan. 28 at Jump Zone on 190th Street.
When Mokena police arrived at the scene, they discovered that the glass door had been shattered, according to department reports. Police found a rock the size of a baseball directly in alignment with the door at the end of the hallway.
The cash register drawer was left on the front desk. An iPhone and a 37-inch television were untouched. A bolted safe and a lock box containing loose change and several singles and twenty-dollar bills remained undisturbed.
In the office, drawers were left open on the desk and file cabinet. A bankers bag containing approximately $1,000 was missing.
The matter was forwarded to Mokena Police Department Investigations.
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