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The Barrington Police Department is asking for the public's assistance in identifying the suspects involved in the theft of a "Hate Has No Home Here" lawn sign earlier this month. The police … more
Fire trucks, ambulances and police cruisers crowded the parking lot outside Barrington Middle School on Saturday morning, and students splattered in fake blood covered the sidewalk near the rear … more
Barrington police are trying to reunite a lost cat with its owner.   A Stanley Avenue resident contacted police on Wednesday, Sept. 13, and said there was a black and white cat hanging … more
Last week a handful of Barrington residents called police after their "Hate Has No Home Here" signs were stolen from their yards. But the local folks did not stop after they filed police reports. … more
Some teenagers were walking on Fountain Avenue in Barrington at about 6:45 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 9, when they were approached by an older man walking his pet Rottweiler. The man reportedly stuck … more
On Friday, Sept. 8, Barrington police officers responded to the Kids Kove Playground after a woman said her children had gone missing. The woman said she had been in the playground with her … more
Two Sowams Road residents called police on Thursday, Sept. 7 and reported that their "Hate Has No Home Here" signs had been stolen from their yards.  The residents said a total of three signs … more
Barrington police are investigating the apparent theft of a puppy from a vehicle parked outside the Barrington Senior Center. According to officials, a 28-year-old Riverside resident had left her … more
Barrington police released surveillance camera images of the man who allegedly installed a data skimming device at the TD Bank ATM machine earlier this month. An employee at the TD Bank on County … more
Barrington police are investigating a break-in at a Rogers Avenue home that took place on Wednesday, Aug. 16. One of the residents said she was asleep at about 1:40 a.m. when her dog's barking … more
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