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Found dog.Female Chihuahua- no tags or chip.Found 10/29/2020 in the area of Montrose and Oak Park. Anyone with the owner...
10/31/2020

Found dog.
Female Chihuahua- no tags or chip.
Found 10/29/2020 in the area of Montrose and Oak Park.
Anyone with the owner's information, please call 708-867-4353.

Found. Dog. He a male spaniel brown and white in color,  no collar,  no chip. Found near Olcott and Foster.  Please cont...
09/26/2020

Found. Dog. He a male spaniel brown and white in color, no collar, no chip. Found near Olcott and Foster.
Please contact Harwood Heights Police if you know the whereabouts of his owner.

UPDATE: The dog has been returned to her owner. Thank you all for sharing! Female dog found 6700 block of Forest Preserv...
08/09/2020

UPDATE: The dog has been returned to her owner. Thank you all for sharing!

Female dog found 6700 block of Forest Preserve Drive. No chip. Dog is at the police department. Please contact the department if you know who this dog belongs to. Let get this little lady home! 🐶

Thank you Thin Blue Line USA for the donation!!🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸
06/09/2020

Thank you Thin Blue Line USA for the donation!!
🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸

Thank you 😊
06/05/2020

Thank you 😊

Thank you Leigh School for the delicious snacks❤❤❤
06/05/2020

Thank you Leigh School for the delicious snacks❤❤❤

✔️Got our masks✔️Got our pizza✔️Smilies on our faces (which you can’t see🤷🏼‍♀️)What a great way to get over the hump of ...
05/20/2020

✔️Got our masks
✔️Got our pizza
✔️Smilies on our faces (which you can’t see🤷🏼‍♀️)

What a great way to get over the hump of Wednesday and ease into the weekend. Little Caesars-Harwood Heights, thank you for the continued support. #PieItForward🍕 #mmmmm

Who doesn’t enjoy a a nice hot and ready pizza? We sure do, even while practicing social distancing! We appreciate the p...
05/13/2020

Who doesn’t enjoy a a nice hot and ready pizza? We sure do, even while practicing social distancing! We appreciate the pizza and including us in your #PieItForward campaign. #LittleCaesarsPizza - Harwood Heights for the win. #ThankYouThankYou

05/11/2020
To the kindergarteners at Norridge School District #80 (Leigh School) and to Principal Michele Guzik, who made us this r...
04/23/2020

To the kindergarteners at Norridge School District #80 (Leigh School) and to Principal Michele Guzik, who made us this really awesome book full of hope and well wishes, we thank you. In this difficult time, we truly appreciate all you kids taking the time to make sure we feel special. Alan, Elyana, Julia, Madison, Ana, Niko, Viki, Delilah, Benjamin, Joanna, Peyton, Jem, Marcella, Zain, Mirko, Nate, Raneem, Dalilah, Daniel, Sofi, Kevin, and Gio, you kids rock! 💙

Where's the beef? The Harwood Heights Police Department would like to thank Buona Harwood Heights for recognizing First ...
04/22/2020

Where's the beef?
The Harwood Heights Police Department would like to thank Buona Harwood Heights for recognizing First Responders by donating beef sandwiches for the entire department! There will be no leftovers here.

Shout out to City Tap and Grill for the delicious food that was provided to our two midnight shifts! Your support does n...
04/18/2020

Shout out to City Tap and Grill for the delicious food that was provided to our two midnight shifts! Your support does not go unnoticed; we greatly appreciate it. The food was so good, nothing was leftover for the day shifters to snack on 😉

04/15/2020

The Harwood Heights Police Department would like to thank the Harwood Heights/ Norridge Chamber of Commerce for the food they supplied us from Twins and Longhorn.
The food was very good and there was a generous amount of it from both restaurants. Thank you to all involved it is well appreciated. Please stay safe and keep healthy.

SCAM!
04/09/2020

SCAM!

We are starting to see some "official-looking" scams that look like forms for the federal government coronavirus relief stimulus package. THEY ARE FAKE! Please don't fall for fake phone calls, texts, emails or forms in the mail.

The relief checks are still in the works and haven't been sent out yet, but scammers are taking advantage of people. Here is what you need to know to make sure you don't get scammed:

1. You don’t need to do anything. As long as you filed taxes for 2018 and/or 2019, the federal government likely has the information it needs to send you your money. Social Security recipients and railroad retirees who are otherwise not required to file a tax return also do not need to do anything to receive their money. If you otherwise have not filed taxes recently, you may need to submit a simple tax return to get your check. (More on who’s eligible here.)

2. Do not give anyone your personal information to “sign-up” for your relief check. There is nothing to sign up for. Anyone calling to ask for your personal information, like your Social Security number, PayPal account, or bank information is a scammer, plain and simple. Also be on the lookout for email phishing scams, where scammers pretend to be from the government and ask for your information as part of the “sign-up” process for the checks.

3. To set up direct deposit of your check, communicate only with the IRS at irs.gov/coronavirus. And you only need to do this if you didn’t give the IRS your bank information on your 2018 or 2019 return. In the coming weeks, the IRS will be setting up an online form available through irs.gov/coronavirus. But nowhere else, and never in response to an email, text, or call.

4. No one has early access to this money. Anyone that claims to is a scammer. The timeline for this process is not exact, but it looks like funds will start going out in the next few weeks. Scammers are using the lack of detail to try to trick people into giving their personal information and money.

Easter Bunny parade.
04/08/2020

Easter Bunny parade.

Thank you Mona's Sweet Spot   for the amazing cupcakes😋
04/02/2020

Thank you Mona's Sweet Spot for the amazing cupcakes😋

Sincere thank you to Sebastian Patkowski State Farm Insurance Agent who provided a delicious lunch to our officers and 9...
03/28/2020

Sincere thank you to Sebastian Patkowski State Farm Insurance Agent who provided a delicious lunch to our officers and 911 dispatchers today. Your thoughtfulness is greatly appreciated in difficult times.

03/26/2020

Special thanks to respective businesses and entities: Harwood Heights Auto Body, Inc., Union Ridge School District 86, Norridge School District #80 for donating cleaning supplies, sanitizers and masks to the police department.
And Raising Cane's Chicken Fingers for providing us with delicious lunch.

YOU'RE the BEST! Thank you for your support.

Norridge Police Department
03/24/2020

Norridge Police Department

Scammers are taking advantage of fears surrounding the Coronavirus.

Gov. Pritzker issued a stay at home order to combat Coronavirus. We are still out there patrolling the streets to ensure...
03/23/2020

Gov. Pritzker issued a stay at home order to combat Coronavirus. We are still out there patrolling the streets to ensure all of you safe but please stay home as much as you can to keep you, your family, and everyone else safe from this virus.

"I fully recognize that in some cases I am choosing between saving people's lives and saving their livelihoods. But ultimately, you can't have a livelihood without a life. This will not last forever, but it's what we must do to support the people on the front lines of this fight, and the people most vulnerable to its consequences,” Gov. Pritzker added.

Please read the following safety tips in regards to the potential government stimulus bill.  As always, be safe.
03/20/2020

Please read the following safety tips in regards to the potential government stimulus bill. As always, be safe.

Sincere thank you to Barrel House Kitchen & Tap   for sending delicious food for the working police officers and 911 dis...
03/20/2020

Sincere thank you to Barrel House Kitchen & Tap for sending delicious food for the working police officers and 911 dispatchers. 💙💙💙

03/20/2020
DARE graduation. Congratulations 5th grade.
03/11/2020

DARE graduation. Congratulations 5th grade.

02/18/2020
Department Commendations were presented tonight to Ofc. Marc Felsenthal, Ofc. John Felde, Ofc. Mike Latino, Sgt. Nick Ra...
02/14/2020

Department Commendations were presented tonight to Ofc. Marc Felsenthal, Ofc. John Felde, Ofc. Mike Latino, Sgt. Nick Ramirez for a remarkable job performance.
On 14 January 2020 at 11:04pm, Ofc. Felsental overheard a call of an armed robbery in progress. The offender fled from the scene in a vehicle. Ofc. Felsental located the offending vehicle and was able to curb the vehicle on Lawrence at Harlem. With the assistance of Ofc. Felde, Ofc. Latino and Sgt. Ramirez the two occupants were taken into custody and the search of the vehicle revealed a semi-automatic handgun on the rear driver's side floor board. The offender was subsequently charged with class 3 Felony.
Officers efforts are recognized and greatly appreciated by this department.

At tonight's Village Board meeting Ofc. Piotr Przesmycki was recognized for a job well done. On 28 November 2019, at 3:0...
02/14/2020

At tonight's Village Board meeting Ofc. Piotr Przesmycki was recognized for a job well done. On 28 November 2019, at 3:04am, Ofc. Przesmycki heard a call of a battery in progress in Chicago and the offender armed with a weapon fled the scene. Due to his keen observation skills and professionalism he was able to locate and take part in the arrest of an violent offender and recovery of a loaded handgun. Harwood Heights Police Department commend Ofc. Przesmycki for his dedication to duty.

02/05/2020

Harwood Heights Police Department is currently investigating a number of burglaries to UNLOCKED vehicles in the 5100 block of Octavia Ave.
So far our investigation revealed that the offenders were (2) male subjects, possibly driving a black Lexus 4DR.
We are asking community for assistance of any possible video footage from February 4th, between 4AM-6AM.

Anyone with information please contact Det. Sgt. Smith at [email protected] or call 708-667-7014.

REMINDER: Please LOCK your vehicles and DO NOT leave any valuables inside your vehicle.

****UPDATE- The owner and dog have been reunited!  Thank you all for your help!!*******LOST DOG***This male dog was foun...
12/19/2019

****UPDATE- The owner and dog have been reunited! Thank you all for your help!!****

***LOST DOG***

This male dog was found earlier today in the area of Olcott and Ainslie in Harwood Heights. He has no tags and was scanned but does not have a chip. If you are his owner or know who he belongs to please contact our department at (708) 867-4353 or come into our station located at 7300 W. Wilson Ave. (Must prove ownership).

12/05/2019
**Lost cat in the area**  If seen, please contact it’s owner.  Thank you
11/30/2019

**Lost cat in the area** If seen, please contact it’s owner. Thank you

Found dog looking for his owner. Please contact the Harwood Heights police if you recognize this little guy or know the ...
11/10/2019

Found dog looking for his owner.
Please contact the Harwood Heights police if you recognize this little guy or know the whereabouts of his owner.

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