Police Investigating "Threatening Message" at Trump Tower Chicago

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The threat was written on an iPad loaned to a guest by the hotel.

The Chicago Police Department is investigating a "threatening message" made to the Trump Tower in the city, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed. 

"A complimentary iPad was given to a hotel guest. That guest wrote down a threatening message to the hotel, which was discovered when the iPad was returned upon checkout," a Chicago P.D. officer told THR.

No further details about the case were given.

Trump Tower Chicago is a 98-story condo-hotel in downtown that was completed in 2009 and was developed by President Donald Trump's Trump Organization. The Chicago tower is not the first of Trump's properties to receive a threat, as his New York City tower also received numerous threats following his election as 45th president of the United States.

Meanwhile, Trump's name was stripped off three of his luxury apartment buildings after hundreds of tenants signed a petition saying they were embarrassed to live in a place associated with the president.