Media Release
Wednesday, September 11, 2013


Police Continue to Investigate Residential Burglaries in Naperville

NAPERVILLE, Ill.— The Naperville Police Department continues to investigate additional Residential Burglaries throughout the city. Most of the recent cases involve a subject or subjects entering the home through an unlocked door at night while homeowners are sleeping, others include forced entry during the daytime hours. The Naperville Police Department wishes to remind citizens to report any suspicious persons and secure the doors to their homes to prevent these residential burglaries from occurring.

 **NPD Patch

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Contact Information:

City of Naperville
Relations Division
City Manager's Office
400 S. Eagle Street
Naperville, IL 60540

City News:
Kate Houlihan
Community Relations Specialist
(630) 305-5341

Transportation, Engineering and Development News:
Allison M. Albrecht
Public Information Coordinator
(630) 305-5307

Police Department News:
Sgt. Lou Cammiso
(630) 420-4137

Sgt. Steve Schindlbeck
(630) 420-4188