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Aurora Best Buy Targeted In Early Morning Burglary: Report

Patch logo Patch 1/20/2021 Jason Addy
a blurry photo of a sign: Someone broke through the front doors of a Best Buy store in Aurora early Wednesday morning, but it's unclear if they stole anything. © Shutterstock Someone broke through the front doors of a Best Buy store in Aurora early Wednesday morning, but it's unclear if they stole anything.

AURORA, IL — Aurora police are investigating whether someone stole electronics from a Best Buy store Wednesday during an early morning burglary, according to reports.

Around 4:30 a.m. Wednesday, officers responded to the Best Buy in the 4400 block of East New York Street after receiving a report that someone had broken through the front doors of the store, ABC7 Chicago reports.

It is unknown if the suspect stole any items from inside the store, the report states. Police did not provide a description of the suspect.

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The Aurora Police Department did not immediately respond Wednesday to Patch’s request for more information.

Yorkville police are investigating a burglary Wednesday morning at a Target store, but they did not say whether that burglary was connected to the one earlier that morning in Aurora.

Burglars Hit Yorkville Target, Escape Police On Route 47: Police

Five people broke into the Target store using a car jack to break the glass on its front doors, Yorkville police said. The suspects tried to steal a TV but weren’t able to load it in their white Dodge Durango, police said.

Yorkville police tried to pull over the suspects’ vehicle but called off their pursuit after it did not stop. The Dodge Durango was last seen going south on Route 47, police said.

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