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Dawn Patrol: Oak Brook armed robbery; Police officer still recovering

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  • Police are seeking two suspects after an armed robbery occurred Saturday evening at Helzberg Diamonds in Oak Brook.

      Police are seeking two suspects after an armed robbery occurred Saturday evening at Helzberg Diamonds in Oak Brook.
    Courtesy of the Oak Brook Police Department

 
 

Oak Brook police investigate armed robbery at jewelry store

Police are investigating an armed robbery that occurred Saturday evening at an Oak Brook jewelry store, according to a news release. Two males wearing black ski masks entered the store shortly before 6:30 p.m. at Helzberg Diamonds, 3031 Butterfield Road, according to police. Full story.

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Arlington Heights police officer remains in hospital

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Weather

Partly cloudy and only 9 degrees this morning, but it will warm up this afternoon when temperatures climb to 21 degrees this afternoon. Snow is expected tonight when temperatures continue to rise to a high of 22 degrees late this evening. Full story.

Traffic

Roadwork continues on Rollins Road in Round Lake Beach between Route 45 and Route 83. People should find alternate routes to avoid heavy delays. Full traffic from ABC 7 Chicago.

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Toews leads Blackhawks over Kings

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