Updated 1:45 p.m. March 23
Police charged a third man this week in connection with a liquor store burglary.
On March 13, two New Lenox teens were charged with burglary after police said they broke into a local liquor store and stole a case of Icehouse beer.
This week, Henry R. Oram, 18, of the 14000 block of Spencer Road in New Lenox, was also charged with burglary. Deputy Chief Bob Pawlisz of the New Lenox Police Department said that interviews with the first two teens led them to believe Oram was the getaway driver.
In July 2011, Oram was from Noga's Lawn Care in the 900 block of Country Creek Drive.
Earlier, Ryan T. Dominski, 17, of the 700 block of Bentley Road, and David A. Feehery, 18, of the 300 block of Williams Street, were both charged with burglary and possession of burglary tools. Both were given a $2,500 bail and awaited court dates.
Pawlisz said the teens used a crowbar to break in through the rear door at Village Liquor Mart, 1306 N. Cedar Road.
Their entry triggered an alarm at 2:16 a.m. Tuesday, March 13. Police responded but the teens were gone by the time they arrived.
Pawlisz said investigators identified Dominski and Feehery using video surveillance. The teens were taken to Will County Jail that night.
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