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As much as $100,000 taken from collection plate at Chicago cathedral, police say

CHICAGO - Chicago police are investigating whether former security guards at Holy Name Cathedral may have played a role in the theft of up to $100,000 from the historic church's collection plate, according to preliminary information from police sources and the security company.

No one is in custody, but multiple suspects have been identified, according

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