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Grieving parents plead for return of their baby's ashes after their suburban Chicago home was burglarized

CHICAGO - A grieving mother and father are pleading for the return of their baby's ashes, which were stolen from their bedroom when their west suburban Chicago home was burglarized earlier this week.

Sue LaDeur said she returned to her house in Elmhurst Tuesday afternoon to find it had been broken into and ransacked. Among the items taken was a small square white

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