Criminal activity was officially canceled in a suburban city of Chicago due to the extraordinary warmth that prepares for most of the country.
"It's too hot to be out of crime," said Park Forrest police at Facebook. Friday. "We want all persecuting criminals, experienced veterans and those who find themselves in committing bribery crimes to stay indoors."
The department has proposed Friday to be a perfect day for Netflix and cool down literally, with air conditioning set to 68 degrees.
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In a post on Friday at five to Forest Forrest Park said one of his officers, Justin Malahovski, was grateful to all who had canceled their planned crimes and stayed indoors. "Because of you, he had to enjoy the cold and delicious afternoon morning of the 7- Eleven uninterrupted, the department said.
The whole area of Chicago was subject to an excessively hot warning on Friday and Saturday, as heat index values could rise to 115 degrees in some places, according to NBC 5 Chicago. On Saturday, the forest park police still advised abusers to stay indoors.