2 Chicagoans charged with Naperville residential, vehicle burglaries

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A pair of Northwest Side residents was arrested last week after allegedly stealing from a home and several vehicles in west suburban Naperville.

Marek Orosz, 44, and Zaneta Bobrowska, 42, face multiple felony charges in connection with a residential burglary in the 200 block of Hampshire Court and several vehicle burglaries in the area of 95th Street and Book Road, according to a statement from Naperville police.

They all occurred on Jan. 23, the same day the two were arrested without incident, police said. Officers allegedly found the stolen items in their possession and inside their vehicle.

Orosz, of the Avondale neighborhood, was charged with four felony counts of burglarizing a motor vehicle, police said. Bobrowska, of the Dunning neighborhood, was given two felony charges of residential burglary.

The two are next scheduled to appear in court on Feb. 14, according to Will County court records.

Marek Orosz (left) and Zaneta Bobrowska | Naperville police

Marek Orosz (left) and Zaneta Bobrowska | Naperville police

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