CHICAGO (CBS) — No one was injured Thursday morning, when someone stole an empty school bus and crashed it into a store at a strip mall in the Dunning neighborhood.

Police said the school bus driver stopped at a Burger King at Irving Park Road and Narragansett Avenue around 8 a.m., and left the bus idling due to the cold weather.

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While he was in the Burger King to get coffee, someone stole the school bus, apparently lost control of the vehicle, and crashed into the front of a Card Frenzy store across the parking lot in Dunning Square shopping plaza.

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The thief fled the scene before police arrived. No one else was on the bus, and no one was in the store at the time of the crash.

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The crash destroyed the front window of the store, but the overall damage appeared to be minor.