Police Seek Help Finding Men Who Robbed Oak Park Resident at Gunpoint

By April 10, 2017

The Oak Park Police Department want the public to keep their eyes open for two suspects who robbed a resident at gunpoint on Tuesday, April 4. The robbery took place at the intersection of Erie Avenue and Lombard Court.

Chicago Tribune said the men approached the victim just before 2 a.m. One of the suspects was reportedly armed with a gun and said, “Give me all your stuff, bro.” The villager dropped $40 in cash and an iPhone 5s on the ground. Police said the suspects then took the possessions and then ran east on Erie Court and then ran south down an the alley near Taylor and Lombard Avenues.

Oak Park Police Department is asking for the public’s help finding two male suspects in conjunction with this crime. One suspect is described as a black male “in his late teens or early 20s, having short black hair, a dark complexion, a thin build,” Chicago Tribune said. He was seen wearing a black shirt and black jeans. Police described the other suspect as a 20-year-old Hispanic male, medium build with a goatee. At the time of the robbery, he was wearing loose-fitting jeans and a blue sweatshirt with a hood.

If you have any information regarding the robbery or the whereabouts of these suspects, contact Oak Park Police Department at 708-434-1636

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