CHICAGO (CBS) — Police Wednesday evening were searching for three men who tied up one employee while holding another at gunpoint at a Chicago Lawn neighborhood jewelry store.
Around 5:55 p.m., a 69-year-old woman who worked at the store, in the 2400 block of West 63rd Street, through the rear, police said.READ MORE: Court Documents Reveal Kevin Jiang, Yale Student From Chicago, Was Shot Multiple Times At Close Range
The three men tied the woman’s hands and took miscellaneous property from her, police said.READ MORE: Man Shot And Killed While Sitting In Vehicle In South Loop; Dog Apparently Wounded In Attack
The suspects then came up to a 59-year-old man and held him at gunpoint, trying to get a keycode from him so they could take items from inside the jewelry store, police said.
It was not clear whether they got the keycode. Police said the suspects took money, but no merchandise that they are aware of.MORE NEWS: At Least 3 Killed, 21 Wounded In Weekend Shootings Across Chicago, Including Mass Shooting In Chatham
The suspects ran off. No one was in custody as of Wednesday night.