Robert S. Jackson, 55, of North Chicago, (inset) is accused of committing a vehicle burglary at the Captain James Lovell Federal Health Care Center in North Chicago on June 3 and threatening the victim. | Background Photo: Google Street View

A man allegedly broke into a woman’s car at the veteran’s hospital in North Chicago and stole documents with her personal information, later calling her and threatening to kill her.

Robert S. Jackson, 55, of North Chicago, was charged with harassment threatening to kill person, a Class 4 felony.

Lake County Assistant State’s Attorney Francis DeRosa said a woman was on her break on June 3 sitting in her car at the Captain James Lovell Federal Health Care Center in North Chicago.

A man, later identified as Jackson, walked up to the woman and asked her about tupperware. The woman’s car had the word on it.

The woman back to the hospital for work and when she later came out again she realized her car had been burglarized, DeRosa said.

Tupperware items and numerous documents with the victim’s personal information were stolen from the car.

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The victim also had three voicemails on her phone from a male who addressed the woman by her name and said he stole things from her car at the hospital.

DeRosa said the suspect said on the voicemail that he already knew the victim’s address and he was going to cut the woman’s throat and kill her.

The second voicemail again referenced killing the woman, saying he would “feel better” if he did it.

In the third voicemail, the suspect again said he would kill the woman and her boyfriend, DeRosa said. The suspect said the woman “messed with the wrong monkey.”

The number that the calls originated from belonged to Jackson and the victim identified him as the person who approached her before the burglary.

Jackson admitted to officers that he was the one who left the voicemails, DeRosa said.

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Lake County Judge Theodore Potkonjak ordered Jackson held on a $200,000 bond.

A grand jury indicted Jackson on the felony charge last week, court records show.

An arraignment hearing is scheduled for Wednesday afternoon.