Search continues to suspect in suburban home invasion that injured teen

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INDIAN HEAD PARK, Ill. --Investigators hope they'll be able to find the suspect who entered a home in suburban Indian Head Park and cut a teenage girl living there on the arm before fleeing.

The suspect wore a mask while in the house.

The teenager was upstairs, heard noise coming from the downstairs and went to investigate.

That’s when she encountered the man, who took a kitchen knife and cut her before getting away.

Police triggered robo-calls to residents.

Residents say this latest home invasion calls to mind the 2011 home invasion in Indian Head Park by an intruder who stabbed to death 14-year-old Kelli O'Laughlin.

John Wilson was burglarizing the home when the teen came home from school.

He was found guilty three years later by a jury of killing her with a kitchen knife.

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