Tests have confirmed that a coyote captured last week in Chicago is the same animal that attacked a six-year-old boy earlier this month.
In each incident, the burglar used a tool to pry open the front doors of the businesses and stole property from inside.
The 27-year-old woman was walking on the sidewalk at 6:12 p.m. in the 1000 block of West Willow Street when the males approached her.
The school remained on lockdown as crews responded to sightings of a coyote, according to Chicago Public Schools spokeswoman Emily Bolton.
In each incident, someone either snatched the victim’s property or used force to take it from them, Chicago police said.
The boy victim was bitten multiple times.
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A person was released from custody Monday after police said a report of a groping on a CTA Brown Line Train was unfounded.
The teen was on the southbound Brown Line platform at Belmont about 8:46 a.m. when a man approached her and asked for her phone number, Chicago police said.
The lions at Chicago's Lincoln Park Zoo are getting some new digs worthy of the kings of the jungle.
The United States Postal Police are on the lookout for one of their postal trucks after it was stolen in Lincoln Park on Tuesday morning. Chicago Police are assisting with the investigation.
Howard-bound trains were halted because of “police activity” shortly after 6 a.m. at the station, 943 W. Fullerton Ave., according to service alerts from the CTA.
Officers responded to a string of violent robberies Sunday evening over a period of three hours on the North Side.
Police are warning residents about a pickpocket who has struck four times this month in Lake View and Lincoln Park on the North Side.
An electrical pole fell on a parked car Wednesday after a truck crashed into low-hanging power lines near DePaul University’s Lincoln Park campus on the North Side.
Lovella Dela-Cruz was last seen Nov. 3 near her home in the 2400 block of North Janssen Avenue, according to Chicago police.
Chicago police are warning Lincoln Park women about a series of robberies in October in the North Side neighborhood.
A man’s body was pulled from Lake Michigan Thursday morning east of Lincoln Park on the North Side.
Five dumpsters and a garage were set on fire Tuesday in Lincoln Park on the North Side.
A man was beaten and robbed on a CTA Red Line train Monday in Lincoln Park on the North Side.