(CROWN POINT) - The museum that celebrates Indiana's most notorious "Public Enemy No. 1" will be moving into the historic Lake County Courthouse in downtown Crown Point.
It's currently housed in the Indiana Visitor Center in Hammond.
Plans are to have the move complete and the new exhibit open to visitors by March 3rd. That's the 81st anniversary of Dillinger's escape with a wooden gun from the Lake County Jail, at the time just a couple blocks from the Courthouse.
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