Woodstock police release photos of burglary suspect

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Surveillance photo of a suspect in a home burglary Wednesday morning in Woodstock. | Woodstock police

Police have released surveillance photos of a suspect in a home burglary Wednesday morning in northwest suburban Woodstock.

A citizen noticed suspicious activity at a neighbor’s home in the 400 block of Oakwood Avenue at 9:23 a.m. and called 911, according to Woodstock police.

The officers arrived and saw three people burglarizing the home. All three ran, but during a search, police caught two of the suspects, both male.Community Unit School District 200 went into a soft lockdown as a precaution during the search.

A handgun that was reported stolen in the burglary has been recovered, police said.

Police are still searching for the third suspect. He is described as a thin black male about 5-foot-10 with dreadlocks, wearing a hooded, patterned dark sweatshirt and gray sweatpants.

Anyone with information should call police at (815) 338-2131.

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Surveillance photo of a suspect in a home burglary Wednesday morning in Woodstock. | Woodstock police

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