CHICAGO (CBS) — A male victim of an unknown age was shot and killed late Sunday in the Belmont Central community.
Police first identified the victim as a 14-year-old boy, but later said his age was unknown.READ MORE: Feds Seize 65,000 Counterfeit N95 Masks At O'Hare International Airport
At 6:17 p.m., police said the victim was on the sidewalk when two suspects pulled up and got out of a vehicle in the 5900 block of West Fullerton Avenue, at Mason Avenue. Both suspects took out guns and shot the victim, police said.READ MORE: Illinois Surpasses 3 Million COVID-19 Vaccinations; More Than 1 Million Residents Fully Vaccinated
He suffered multiple gunshot wounds to his body and was pronounced dead at Loyola University Medical Center in Maywood.
Area Five detectives were investigating late Sunday.MORE NEWS: 'I Feel Relieved': What People Are Saying And Doing After They Get Their COVID Vaccine
Also From CBS Chicago:
- Struggles Exacerbated On Magnificent Mile With Gap, Macy’s Leaving, But Advocates Say Reinvention Will Come
- Mayor Lori Lightfoot Wants To Reopen Restaurants And Bars ‘As Quickly As Possible’ To Reduce Risk Of Underground Parties
- Schererville, Indiana Family Is Poised To Be Evicted For Having Too Many Children