CHICAGO (CBS/AP) — A first-degree murder indictment has been handed a northern Illinois man who allegedly shot two teens, one fatally, he allegedly saw driving his stolen automobile.

Lake County prosecutors say 35-year-old Lynell Glover of Round Lake Beach spotted the teens in his vehicle on Jan. 3 and followed them until the car ran out of gas.

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Glover allegedly fired shots at the teens as they fled. Seventeen-year-old Anthony Awad of Hanover Park was shot three times and died at the scene.

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The other teen was struck in the leg. Glover remained at the scene and was later charged with aggravated battery. The grand jury returned the murder indictment Wednesday.

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