Someone stole 100 burritos from a Chipotle in La Grange last night. The tasty, foil-wrapped packages of impending regret were supposed to go to a charity event for Relay for Life at Lyons Township High School, but a man impersonating a volunteer for the event picked them up from the 'potle and absconded. He's described as a 40-something, balding, thin (not for long! har har) white man, around 5-foot-9, who drives a brown Dodge Charger.
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