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Man charged with using ruse to steal Bolingbrook man’s life savings in ruse

Corky Miller (police photo)

Corky Miller (police photo)

A 40-year-old Chicago man who allegedly stole a 66-year-old Bolingbrook man’s life savings was scheduled to appear at a bond hearing this afternoon in Will County court, officials said.

Corky Miller of the 2400 block of North Clybourn Avenue is charged with one count of residential burglary and two counts of theft. Bolingbrook Police took him into custody last week.

Police Spokesman Lt. Mike Rompa said Miller played a key role in the April 11 theft of $50,000 in jewelry and $44,000 in cash from a home in a subdivision approximately two miles north of the intersection of Interstate 55 and Weber Road.

Read more at the Chicago Tribune.

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