2nd Chicago-area car dealership break-in reported in Bronzeville

On Sunday, thieves stole fifteen luxury cars from a dealership in west suburban Warrenville, leaving the business with a loss estimated at $1 million.

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For the second time in a week, police in the Chicago area are investigating a break-in at a car dealership — this time in Bronzeville on the South Side.

Three males broke a side window of a car dealership about 2:10 a.m. in the 2700 block of South Michigan Avenue and entered the business, Chicago police said.

It was not immediately known if any vehicles were taken, police said. The trio was seen wearing black clothing. No arrest has been made.

On Sunday, thieves stole fifteen luxury cars from a dealership in west suburban Warrenville, leaving the business with a loss estimated at $1 million.

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