CHICAGO (CBS) — A police chief had her personal items stolen downtown while visiting Chicago for an international police chiefs conference Friday, according to Chicago police sources.
The victim, a 55-year-old woman from Virginia was sitting in an establishment in the 500 block of North Wabash around 6:30 p.m. when she had her personal belongings swiped, Chicago police say.READ MORE: City Not Issuing Timely Speed Cam Warning Tickets, Costing Drivers: 'No Time For Me To Change My Behavior'
NOW: sources tell me a 55 y.o. female was sitting inside a Loop establishment when her personal belongings were stolen.
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The conference for the International Association of Chiefs of Police brings together 16,000 public safety professionals. It runs through Tuesday in Chicago.MORE NEWS: Brighton Park Man Was Fed Up With Speed Bump, So He Smashed It To Pieces, And Got A Ticket
President Donald Trump is set to speak at the conference on Monday in his first visit to Chicago in his presidency.