2 convenience stores burglarized overnight on NW Side

In the first burglary it appears the cash was taken from the ATM, but not the second.

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Two convenience stores were burglarized in Feb. 25, 2021, in Northwest Side neighborhoods.

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Two convenience stores were burglarized Thursday in Northwest Side neighborhoods, according to Chicago police.

About 2:35 a.m., officers responding to a burglar alarm at a store in the 2600 block of West North Avenue found the window of the front door shattered, Chicago police said. Inside, there was damage to the store’s ATM and a cash register was missing.

About 30 minutes later, officers responding to a burglar alarm at a convenience store in the 5800 block of West Fullerton Avenue also found the window of the front door shattered, police said. Inside there was damage to the store’s ATM.

Police did not say if the burglaries were connected. No suspect descriptions were offered.

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