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Antioch Police Warn of Identity Theft After Mail Stolen From Residential Mailboxes

NBC5 Chicago

Antioch police warned of identity theft after reports of a group stealing "hundreds of pieces of mail" from residential mailboxes throughout the Chicago-area suburb.

Police said that on Friday, a resident in the 400 block of North Avenue reported a check placed in the mail for a St. Jude's Hospital donation was deposited into a mobile app account. Authorities believe the check to be stolen from the resident's mailbox.

On Friday evening, a resident in the Heron Harbor Subdivision reported seeing a Dodge Caravan driving around the area, going into mailboxes, police said.


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