CHICAGO (CBS) — A woman was carjacked by three men who ripped her keys out of her hands outside a Target store in the South Loop on Saturday evening, police said.
At 8:04 p.m. in the 1100 block of South Clark Street, the 55-year-old woman was approached by three men who snatched the keys to her car from her hands.READ MORE: Chicago Weather: Showers By Daybreak
The woman tried to fight back, but one of the men drove away with her Audi Q5, police said.
The other two suspects drove away in the vehicle in which they had all arrived, which was a white Kia Soul.
The victim suffered scrapes to her back and a possible dislocated shoulder – having been pushed to the ground by one of the suspects as they fled. She was taken to Rush University Medical Center, where her condition was stabilized.
The Cook County Sheriff’s Police reported on Twitter that the white Kia Soul in which the assailants arrived was also obtained in a carjacking. The Kia had Colorado plates.READ MORE: Oak Lawn Woman Got Locked Out Of Her Facebook Business Account, And Even Facebook Can't Be Sure If The Email To Blame Was A Scam
Sheriff’s police are working with Chicago Police, Illinois State Police, and the FBI to find both vehicles.
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Kia Soul highjacked to transport offenders to a parking lot on Roosevelt where they carjacked this Audi. We are working with @chicago_police, @ILStatePolice and @FBIchicago currently seeking both vehicles. pic.twitter.com/QsNgGsBCA4
— Cook County Sheriff's Office (@CCSOPIO) April 11, 2021
As of late Saturday, no one was in custody and Area Three detectives were investigating.