Suburban man and woman charged with Gurnee vehicle burglaries

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Lauren D. Anderson and Shawn N. Moore | Gurnee police photo

A man and woman were charged Thursday with a series of vehicle burglaries in residential driveways in north suburban Gurnee.

Shawn N. Moore, 23, and Lauren D. Anderson, 20, were each charged with six counts of burglary, three counts of identity theft and two counts of theft, according to a statement from Gurnee police.

In each of the incidents, the burglaries were parked in driveways overnight and were left unlocked, police said. Electronics, cash and personal documents were stolen.

Moore, of Waukegan, and Anderson, Arlington Heights, appeared in bond court on Friday, police said. Moore was held on a $100,000 bond and Anderson was held on a 50,000 bond in Lake County jail.

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