Chicago crime: Man shot, killed during attempted carjacking in Belmont Central, police say

Chicago crime: Man shot, killed during attempted carjacking in Belmont Central, police say

CHICAGO (TOC) — A person was fatally shot throughout an tried carjacking early Friday morning in Belmont Central on the Northwest Aspect, Chicago police mentioned.

The circumstances and motive behind the capturing stay unclear, however a 38-year-old man was pronounced lifeless at Group First Hospital, nearly 5 minutes away from the 3100 block of North Mango Avenue, the place police mentioned the photographs have been fired. Neighbors mentioned they heard about 4 gunshots at about 3:30 a.m.

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Police towed away a Chevy SUV with bullet holes in it. They mentioned an unknown offender approached the automobile with a handgun and demanded the car earlier than capturing into it. The 38-year-old sufferer, believed to have been a passenger within the Chevy, suffered a gunshot wound to the shoulder and later died from his accidents.

Witnesses informed officers the offender ran south after the capturing, police mentioned.

Nobody has been arrested, however investigators have been seen surveillance cameras on Mango Avenue.

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