Thursday, September 01, 2016

Man Beaten, Robbed Near Seminary & Belmont Overnight

Every month this year has recorded more muggings in our neighborhood than the same month last year.

Now, September appears to be following suit.

A 31-year-old man suffered an open head wound while being beaten and robbed in the 3200 block of North Seminary this morning.

A passer-by found the victim on the ground near Seminary and School shortly after 1AM.

The offenders are described as two black men—one with dreadlocks wore a red t-shirt and black pants, the other wore a black shirt and black pants.

Both robbers were last seen running west on School from Seminary with he victim's cell phone and wallet.

Police believe the suspects escaped on a Brown Line train from the Southport station.
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7 comments:

  1. Thanks for reporting this so quickly. Take more Ubers folks!

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    1. Until criminals start using the uber system to rob people

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  2. This is just steps from a well lit school, Hawthorne. Please tell me there is camera footage of these worthless cowards taking the train back to the sewers. My thoughts go out to the victim.

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  3. I was just planning on taking the L to play some Magic near there this Friday! Looks like it'll be a 2-way uber/lyft/cab for me instead.

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  4. How do we change their hearts and minds?? The muggers seem to think this is a sport. It's terrifying..

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    1. You have been brainwashed by liberals into thinking the hearts and minds of criminals can be changed. They cannot be changed. That is why we need prisons to keep them away from decent people. Get it now?

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    2. You're so right. Recidivism? Do you really think a twisted mind that can take a child, murder another human being in cold blood or put a gun in someone's face to take their property can be taught humanity, then you have already lost reason and sanity. Someone that cold only understands imprisonment or death. It's a hard and sick reality for us to understand but this is reality, not a game.

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