DuPage County sheriff’s searching for two Burr Ridge gun thieves

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Surveillance footage of the two people the DuPage County sheriff’s office believed to have stole a handgun March 28 from the Almost Whole Sale Guns store at 7545 S. Madison St., in southwest suburban Burr Ridge. | DuPage County sheriff’s office

The DuPage County sheriff’s office is asking for the public’s help in identifying two people who stole a handgun last month from a store in southwest suburban Burr Ridge.

On March 28, two males driving a black Chevrolet Tahoe LT went into the Almost Whole Sale Guns store at 7545 S. Madison St., according to a statement from the DuPage County sheriff’s office.

While inside, one of the males put a black Century/Canik 9MM handgun in his waistband and left the store without paying, police said. He was wearing a gray hooded sweatshirt.

Anyone with information should contact Det. Leonard at (630) 407-2569 or (630) 407-2400.

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Surveillance footage of the two people the DuPage County sheriff’s office believed to have stolen a handgun March 28 from the Almost Whole Sale Guns store at 7545 S. Madison St., in southwest suburban Burr Ridge. | DuPage County sheriff’s office

Surveillance footage of the two people the DuPage County sheriff’s office believed to have stolen a handgun March 28 from the Almost Whole Sale Guns store at 7545 S. Madison St., in southwest suburban Burr Ridge. | DuPage County sheriff’s office

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