Police open fire at Romeoville Kohl’s in Black Friday incident

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Ken Herzlich | For Sun-Times Media

A Romeoville Police officer shot a man and another officer was injured Thursday night while trying to stop suspects after a shoplifting incident at a Kohl’s store in the southwest suburb, Police Chief Mark Turvey said.

Turvey said police got a call about shoplifters from Kohl’s security about 10:10 p.m. Thursday.

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Ken Herzlich | For Sun-Times Media

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