CHICAGO (CBS) — A man checking on his neighbor during a home invasion was shot in the arm on the city’s Southeast Side overnight.

It happened on 109th and Torrence in the South Deering neighborhood.

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Police say two men and a woman kicked in the door of a second-floor apartment and pistol-whipped the 39-year old man who lives there.

They made off with a TV, a laptop, the victim’s cell phone, some cash and keys.

Media Affairs Officer Robert Perez says the victim’s 59-year-old downstairs neighbor heard the commotion and opened his door as the suspects were leaving.

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One of the suspects shot him in the arm.

They were believed to be driving away in a 2000 red Chevy Impala.

The man who was shot was taken to Trinity Hospital in stable condition.

The robbery victim who was pistol-whipped did not want to be taken to the hospital.

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