Police Foot Pursuit in Hinsdale After Takeover Armed Robbery at Verizon Wireless Store, Lake Street in Addison

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Addison police, Franklin Park police, Hinsdale police and other DuPage County area police officers were in pursuit on foot of two armed robbery suspects just southwest of the I-294 and Ogden Avenue interchange in Hinsdale, early afternoon on Thursday, September 14, 2023.


Village of Hinsdale Police Department
** Public Safety Alert**

Update regarding Armed Robbery suspect:
The Hinsdale Police Department and all mutual aid law enforcement agencies have concluded their search for the armed robbery suspect. Despite an extensive search effort, 1 suspect is believed to have escaped the containment area. The other suspect was taken into custody.

For further information on the armed robbery, please refer to the Addison Police Department Facebook page.

— Hinsdale Police Department/Facebook 2:42 PM THU SEP 14, 2023


Addison Police officers responded to a call of a robbery in the 1600 block of W. Lake Street at approximately 1:00 PM this afternoon.

With the assistance of the Hinsdale Police Department, one offending vehicle was located in the area of I-294 and Ogden. A search was conducted in a Hinsdale neighborhood, and one offender was taken into custody.

Addison detectives continue to work this incident and will do so until its completion.

— Addison Police Department/Facebook 2:33 PM THU SEP 14, 2023


Village of Hinsdale Police Department
** Public Safety Alert**

The Hinsdale Police Department is actively searching for a suspect wanted for an armed robbery out of Addison. The search is ongoing and 1 suspect is already in custody.

However, 1 suspect is still at large in the area of Oak and Fuller.
Please avoid the area.

— Hinsdale Police Department/Facebook 1:23 PM THU SEP 14, 2023

Both suspects were armed with semi-automatic handguns, and were reported to have committed a takeover type armed robbery while tying up the employees at the Verizon Wireless store, 1600 West Lake Street near Lake Street and Lombard Road in Addison. These details about the robbery have not been confirmed by officials, but early police communications indicated there was a takeover type robbery. The reported takeover type armed robbery at the Verizon Wireless store in Addison occurred at 12:42 p.m. Addison police detectives are investigating the details of the case.

The suspects were described as two male black suspects carrying black garbage bags. The suspects fled in a white vehicle, but baled out of the vehicle in a neighborhood southwest of Whole Foods and the I-294/Ogden Avenue interchange.

Suspects further described …

#1) Suspect wearing a black and red hoodie

#2) Suspect with hoodie up, possibly wearing a white T-shirt.

One suspect was in custody in the block of 700 Franklin Street in Hinsdale by 1:00 p.m. Later, the suspect that was still at large was described wearing all black, long-sleeve shirt; and with dreadlocks.

The foot pursuit was in the area of Jefferson Street and Fuller Road — south of Ogden Avenue, east of Oak Street, and west of I-294.

At 1:20 p.m. the last seen location of the at large suspect was at Fuller Road and Jefferson Street or about 700 to 1000 feet southwest of the Whole Foods Market store, 500 East Ogden Avenue in Hinsdale.

A perimeter was set up around this neighborhood as the second suspect was still at large at 1:25 p.m. Streets near Whole Foods in Hinsdale on Ogden Avenue were shut down along with other streets south of Ogden Avenue in Hinsdale.

There are other road closures expected in the area.

Police are also looking for a gray Toyota Camry for investigation connected to the armed robbery in Addison.

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