Police receive reports of tainted candy in Schaumburg
November 1, 2010 (CHICAGO) (WLS) -- Police are looking for someone who may have tampered with Halloween candy in Schaumburg.
The candy was handed out on Sunday night in an area bordered by Weathersfield Way, Wise Road, Braintree Drive and Springinsguth Road.
Two people reported receiving candy with either a needle or a pin inserted through the torn wrapping. No one was injured.
Police warn that candy with open or damaged packaging should not be eaten.
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