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Man wanted for burglarizing several Illinois homes


MONROE COUNTY, Il. - Police are searching for a burglar who burst into several Illinois homes. They say he may be from the St. Louis area. FOX 2's Katie Kormann is live in our Peabody News Bureau with where the investigation stands.


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