Talking to neighbors

Cook County Sheriff's Police Detective Frank D'Oronzo (right) interviews Jay Cronin (left) and his girlfriend Ashley Grogans at their home on the 4400 block of W. 125th St., adjacent to the north edge of Burr Oak Cemetery in <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PLGEO100100501030000" title="Alsip" href="/topic/us/illinois/cook-county/alsip-PLGEO100100501030000.topic">Alsip</a>, Ill.. This after authorities said hundreds of burial sites at the south suburban cemetery were desecrated in an alleged plot for financial gain. Cronin told the detective that he saw "too much work going on" and "wondered what's going on."

( Tribune photo by Chuck Berman / July 12, 2009 )

Cook County Sheriff's Police Detective Frank D'Oronzo (right) interviews Jay Cronin (left) and his girlfriend Ashley Grogans at their home on the 4400 block of W. 125th St., adjacent to the north edge of Burr Oak Cemetery in Alsip, Ill.. This after authorities said hundreds of burial sites at the south suburban cemetery were desecrated in an alleged plot for financial gain. Cronin told the detective that he saw "too much work going on" and "wondered what's going on."

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