THEY’RE BA-ACK: Another Search Warrant Executed At Wrigleyville’s “Hidden Camera” House
Chicago Police executed another search warrant Thursday morning at the Wrigleyville condo building where a woman last week reported finding a hidden camera in her bedroom vent.

It is not yet clear which areas of the property were searched or if the warrant is connected to the hidden camera case.

A CWB source reports that the detectives who executed the search warrant in the 1100 block of Eddy yesterday spent about 30 minutes on-scene. They are assigned to the Area Three property crimes division and usually handle burglary cases.

CWB has learned that a burglary report was filed at the Eddy address last June following a series of 911 calls over the course of three days. The circumstances surrounding the calls were not typical of burglaries. The June 23 incident was categorized as an “unlawful entry” burglary, which means that no force was used to enter the premises.

Police also executed a search warrant at the building last week, about 16 hours after a third-floor resident reportedly found a recording device hidden above her bed. Investigators were seen leaving the building with materials wrapped in brown paper after that search.

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