Skokie man charged with robbing Target store in Plainfield

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Antonio Epps. | Plainfield police

A 32-year-old Skokie man has been charged with robbing a Target store at gunpoint last month in Plainfield.

Antonio S. Epps, 32, is being held on $500,000 bail, accused of the Aug. 28 robbery of the store at 12800 Route 59, according to the Plainfield police, who said he got away with “several thousand dollars’ worth of Apple products.”

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