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Some sort of criminal activity has been officially cancelled in a suburb of the city of Chicago, because of the extreme heat that has been cooking for the rest of the country.
“It’s just too hot to be outside, with the commission of a crime,” the Park Forest Police Department said on Facebook Friday. “We would like to ask all the prospective of criminals, seasoned veterans, and those who are committing crimes out of boredom, to stay inside.”
The department said that Friday would be a perfect day, “and to watch Netflix and chill out, literally, with the air conditioning set to 68 degrees.”
At the same time, Massachusetts, police department conducted a similar heat-wave-related ” crime-fighting strategy
The Braintree Police department took to Facebook Wednesday night to ask anyone who’s thinking of committing a criminal activity “in order to keep it up on Monday.”
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“It is warm, like to play football there,” the ministry said, suggesting that the potential for criminals to stay at home and binge-watch of season 3 of “Weird Things” rather than according to Masslive.com.
“We’ll meet again when it’s cooler,” the department said.
In a follow-up post on Friday, Park Forest PD, said that one of its officers, employees, Justin Malachowski, was grateful to all who have canceled their planned crimes, and he remained inside.
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“Because of you, he got to enjoy a cool and delicious afternoon-Do a 7-Eleven without a break,” the department said.
In the entire Chicago area was under an extreme heat warning on Friday, and on Saturday the heat index values could reach up to 115 degrees in some places, NBC 5 Chicago reported.
The Windy City’s temps will hit the 99-degree mark on Friday.
On Saturday, the Park Forest Police are still to advise of the potential for offenders to remain.
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“Crime and the cancellation is still in effect until tomorrow morning, so please don’t ‘criminaling,” the department said.