Suburban Police Department 'Cancels' Crime Due To Heat

July 19, 2019 - 12:19 pm

CHICAGO (WBBM NEWSRADIO) -- Due to the rising temperatures in the Chicago area on Friday and Saturday, one suburban police department has canceled crime and has asked criminals to stay inside.

It is has been seen nationwide that police will try to add some humor to brighten their typical day. Most recently, the Park Forest Police Department, in the southern suburbs, took to Facebook to with some humor and said it was "canceling" crimes during the extreme heat.

"Due to the extreme heat, the Park Forest Police Department is officially cancelling all criminal activity for today and tomorrow. It is just too hot to be outside committing crimes. We’re asking all aspiring criminals, seasoned veterans, and those who find themselves committing crimes out of boredom, to please stay indoors. Today is a perfect day to Netflix and chill, literally, with the air conditioner set to 68 degrees. K? Thx!" the Facebook post read.

Instead of committing crimes, the police department suggested that criminals Netflix and chill - literally - with the air conditioning set to 68 degrees. 

So please, whatever you decide to do, don't go outsite and commit crimes when it is this hot!