A Belleville woman reported to police that on Sunday her child found a bag of what looked like drugs at the Chuck E. Cheese's in Fairview Heights.
The 29-year-old woman said her daughter got off the carousel and gave her a bag filled with a white substance, Fairview Heights Police Lt. Steve Evans said.
The woman said she spoke to a manager and was told the throw the bag away. The woman filed a police report on Monday and officers went to the site to investigate, Evans said.
"There's no substance available to us to investigate further at this point," Evans said.
CEC Entertainment released this statement on the incident: "We are aware that a guest found an unknown substance in our Chuck E. Cheese's location in Fairview Heights, IL on Sunday evening. Our store management personnel were notified and the substance was immediately disposed of by the guest. As such, law enforcement could not verify the nature of the substance.
"For more than 30 years Chuck E. Cheese's has celebrated the joy and innocence of childhood, and we want to assure parents and caregivers that we take great measures to provide a safe experience for the children and families have in our stores. Many of the measures we have in place -- such as our Kid Check program, employment of security guards, active security camera systems and additional safety precautions -- are transparent to our guests to encourage an environment Where a Kid Can Be a Kid."