|Tuesday's victim was abducted at this CTA bus stop, police said. (Google)|
That victim was standing at a bus stop in the 3400 block of W. Montrose around 6:15AM when two men in a silver sedan pulled into a nearby parking lot and tried to lure the woman into their car. When she refused, the men approached her on foot, took her by the hand, and put her in the vehicle’s back seat.
She was treated for her injuries at Swedish Covenant Hospital.
The attackers are described as two Hispanic men in their mid-20’s to early 30’s. One was 5’10” to 6’2” tall, 180 pounds, with a shag hair style. The other was younger, stood about 5’6” tall, and weighed about 155 pounds.
The abduction was captured on a Chicago Police Department pod camera, a source said.
Second IncidentOn Thursday, a woman fled into a Lincoln Square Starbucks after an unknown man tried to force her into his car near Wilson and Lincoln around 5:10PM, according to a police source.
The offender parked a red 4-door Nissan, got out, and grabbed the woman by the arm in an attempt to make her go with him. The woman struck the man and fled into the coffee shop, the source said.
This attacker is also described as a Hispanic man. He’s 30- to 38-years-old, stands 5’7” tall, and weighs about 200 pounds.
Help SoughtInvestigators are asking for the public’s help in solving these crimes.
Detectives may be reached at 312.744.8261.
The case number for the first incident is HZ249279. The second incident is case HZ252664.