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In 5 hours, the suspects committed 13 robberies

CHICAGO — The Chicago Police Department sent out a message to residents in the Ogden and Harrison areas today about a group of individuals who committed a series of robberies this morning.

Police said the incidents occurred between 2 a.m. and 7 a.m., and in each case the suspects got out of a vehicle and approached the victims on foot, brandishing weapons. The victims were then robbed of their personal belongings, and the suspects fled in the vehicle in which they arrived.

According to police, the perpetrators are described as 2-4 black males in their teenage years of varying heights and weights who were wearing dark clothing with “surgical masks” covering their faces. The suspects were also reportedly armed with black and silver handguns.

Police also provided descriptions of several vehicles used by the suspects. One vehicle is believed to be a silver 2019 Kia Sportage with a Connecticut license plate. BG31309, which was stolen under registration number JF489684. Another vehicle is believed to be a red, maroon or black SUV with a broken window. The third vehicle could also be a red Toyota Rav4 or a mid-size Chevy.

Locations of incidents:

· 2500 block of South Pulaski Road

· 3200 block of West Cortez Street

· 3200 block of West 26th Street

· 3900 block of West 26th Street

· 3100 block of West 26th Street

· 2400 block of South Lawndale Avenue

· 2300 block of South Homan Avenue

· 2400 block of South Albany Avenue

· 2500 block of South Christiana Avenue

· 3300 block of West 25th Street

· 900 block of North Trumbull Avenue

· 4400 block of West Fifth Avenue

· 2300 block of South Homan Avenue

Police say if you witness a robbery that may be related to the above, they encourage you to call 911, stay at the scene if possible and avoid touching evidence.

It is also important to remember any distinguishing features of criminals such as scars, lameness, acne, teeth, etc.

The police also advises not to resist in any way during a robbery and not to pursue a fleeing attacker. if you are contacted by witnesses to the incident, ask for their contact information and pass it on to the officers working on the case.

If you have any information that could help police make an arrest and conviction in connection with the above robberies, you can contact Area 4 detectives at (312) 746-8253 or post an anonymous tip online at cpdtip.com.


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