2 men charged with residential burglary in Lisle

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From left: Jawon Thomas and Tyler Kroy | Lisle police

Two men were charged Sunday with burglarizing an apartmentin west suburban Lisle.

About 3:30 a.m., residents reported a burglary in the 5400 block of Burr Oak Road, according toa statement from Lisle police. Two menmade off with keys to a vehicle, cell phones, purses, credit cards and other personal items.

Tyler Croy, 25, and Jawon M. Thomas, 25, were taken into custody and charged after being identified, police said. Both menlive in the same block the burglary took place.

Croy and Thomas were charged with residential burglary and possession and/or use of a stolen credit card, both felonies, police said. They were also charged with amisdemeanor for criminal trespass to motor vehicle. They were taken to the DuPage County Jail, where they awaitbond hearings.

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