Police ask Rogers Park stores not to sell eggs to minors until after Halloween

Farm fresh eggs are displayed at the Union Square green market on Wednesday, May 14, 2008 in New York. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan)

Grocery stores in Chicago's Rogers Park neighborhood are being asked to not sell eggs to minors until Halloween is over.

DNAinfo reports police are trying to crack down on egg-related crimes. A memo was sent to local businesses asking them to keep an eye out on egg sales until November 9th.

Police say in years past, a significant amount of damage has been done to businesses, homes, and cars from eggs.

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