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Police: Man steals Jaguar from Villa Park dealership with fake identity

Published: Monday, Nov. 11, 2013 4:17 p.m. CDT • Updated: Friday, July 25, 2014 4:46 a.m. CDT
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Joseph Toomer, 30, of Maywood was charged with identity theft, forgery and theft after reportedly stealing a Jaguar from a Villa Park car dealership using a stolen driver's license and stolen credit card. (Provided photo)

VILLA PARK – Villa Park Police on Saturday arrested a Maywood man responsible for stealing a 2011 Jaguar XJ from a dealship using a fake identity, police said.

Joseph Toomer, 30, of Maywood was arrested Nov. 9 after the stolen vehicle was spotted at the North Riverside Mall. Toomer was turned over to the Villa Park Police and charged with identity theft (more than $10,000), forgery and theft (more than $10,000). All are felony counts.

Toomer used a stolen Illinois driver's license and a stolen credit card with the same name to purchase the vehicle from X-Motors, 100 E. North Ave. in Villa Park, police said.

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