Montgomery police seek woman wanted for burglary

SHARE Montgomery police seek woman wanted for burglary
SHARE Montgomery police seek woman wanted for burglary

Police are searching for a woman wanted in connection with a home burglary nearly two weeks ago in west suburban Montgomery.

The burglary happened near Catherine Lane and 2nd Avenue about 1:30 p.m. on April 3, according to Montgomery police.

The suspect is described as a Hispanic woman between 18 and 20, 5-foot-5 and 120 pounds with dark complexion, medium build, big brown eyes, and black hair with a red or orange streak.

She was wearing a black hooded sweat shirt with a blue or white logo on the front, black pants and dark colored shoes. She left the area in a black four-door Saturn.

A reward is being offered for information leading to the woman’s arrest, police said.

Anyone with information should call Montgomery police at (630) 897-8707, ext. 3300.

A black Saturn similar to the one the suspect was seen in after a Montgomery burglary. | Montgomery police

A black Saturn similar to the one the suspect was seen in after a Montgomery burglary. | Montgomery police

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