Victims invited to claim items recovered in burglary investigation

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Police are asking anyone who has been the victim of a recent burglary in the Gold Coast neighborhood to identify stolen property at the Near North District police station.

Items recovered in connection with last Saturday’s burglary at a Bentley dealership in the 800 block of North Rush will be on display this weekend at the station at 1160 N. Larrabee, according to a statement from police.

Anyone who has been burglarized in the area is invited to view the stolen property from 4-7 p.m. Friday or 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturday and Sunday to identify items stolen from them, police said. A proof of purchase will be required to claim items.

Four people charged with stealing over $400,000 in watches at the Bentley dealership over the weekend were ordered held on $100,000 bonds Thursday.

Anna Straus, 35—one of two women who allegedly acted as lookouts in Saturday’s burglary—was described as being “very pregnant” and was not in court.

Straus’ co-defendants—Glowacka Xagniezska, 36; Damian Duitlow, 41; and Ian Kowolski, 50—appeared before Judge Donald Panarese Jr. on Thursday.

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