Schaumburg police assisted the U.S. Secret Service in the execution of a search warrant Wednesday morning at a home on the 1700 block of Southbridge Court in the village.
Information about the law enforcement activity was not immediately available from the Secret Service's field office in Chicago.
A neighbor reported that about six Schaumburg squad cars arrived at the house and officers entered it with guns drawn.
Later, officers were seen carrying plastic mail bins, as if to confiscate items from the house, but did not appear to take anyone into custody, the neighbor said.
Schaumburg police Sgt. John Nebl said his department had no information other than that they were assisting the Secret Service.
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