School Alarm Triggers Break-In Investigation

Monday, May 27, 2013  |  Updated 8:53 AM CDT
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An alarm triggered at a Chicago Public School Sunday night may have been the result of an attempted break-in, according to a CPS security guard.

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An alarm triggered at a Chicago Public School Sunday night may have been the result of an attempted break-in, according to a CPS security guard.

The after-hours security guard said they were alerted to the alarm around 11 p.m. at Perkins Bass Elementary, located at 1140 W. 66th St in Englewood.

The security guard said the alarms don’t go off often and that triggering alarm meant there was “most likely an intrusion.”

Chicago Police were reportedly on scene with a canine unit early Monday morning.

No further details were immediately available.
 

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