WHEATON, Ill. -- Police investigated a suspicious package left Monday at the doors of a church in west suburban Wheaton.
A bomb squad was called in the evening to St. Joseph Orthodox Church at 412 Crescent St. for "a large box with a typed up not on top," the City of Wheaton said in a tweet.
Crews let off a blast about 9 p.m. to inactivate the package, the city said. The box appeared to have an electronic doorbell wrapped up and sealed inside.
Nearby homes were evacuated as a precaution, and Crescent Street was closed between Washington and Sumner, the city said.
Police are investigating to determine who left the box at the church.
(Source: Sun-Times Media Wire - Copyright Chicago Sun-Times 2019.)
Bomb squad investigates suspicious package left at Wheaton church
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