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Crime & Courts

Two charged after armed robbery in Elburn

ELBURN – Two people have been charged with armed robbery after an incident in Elburn on March 10.

That evening, Elburn police were dispatched to a report of a home invasion in the 200 block of Conley Drive.

The initial information reported was that two armed subjects wearing masks and gloves entered the home and demanded cash from the occupants there, stated a news release from the Elburn Police Department.

Both subjects were reported to be armed with handguns, the release stated.

The subjects fled on foot, prior to the victims being able to call 911, stated the release.

Elburn police were assisted at the scene by Sugar Grove police, and South Elgin police assisted with a K9 unit. The K9 picked up a track but lost it a short distance away, suggesting the offenders may have had a vehicle waiting in the area, stated the release.

It was determined that the incident did not involve a randomly selected home, and there was no further danger, according to the release.

Through the course of the investigation, several suspects were identified. A search warrant was obtained for another location, and additional evidence was recovered, stated the release.

Charged with aggravated robbery were Anthony J. Salvadore, 18, of the 1000 block of Geneva Road, St. Charles, and a 17-year-old juvenile male.

The Kane County Sheriff's Office assisted with the investigation.

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