Chicago ride-share passengers is attacked by armed robbers, police warn



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Two women in Chicago, Near North Side district are said to be focused on the drive and share the passengers and robbing them at gunpoint, police warned on Sunday.

The offenders pick up passengers who have ordered rides on the ride-sharing apps such as Uber or Lyft — and “then [rob] them with violence or a threat of a gun.”

The suspects are believed to be two African-American women between 20 and 30 years old. They are between 5’5″ and 5’9″) tall and weighs somewhere between 120 to 150 pounds.

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Since June 24, researchers said in a community alert that six incidents — on all the days in the weekend and in the early hours of the morning — have been reported in the Near North Side.

The police are asking anyone information to contact Area Central detectives of the Chicago Police department at 312-747-8380.

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