5 people robbed victim on Harrison Red Line platform, Chicago police say

Chicago cops are trying to track down five people who robbed a Red Line passenger at knifepoint last weekend. Mass Transit detectives released surveillance images of the group on Saturday morning.

Police said the victim was on the Harrison Red Line platform when the group exited a train at 2:10 a.m. on Saturday, February 4.

Chicago police released these surveillance images of five people being sought in connection with a robbery at the Harrison Red Line station. | Chicago Police Department

The offenders physically attacked the man and took his headphones, cash, and other property, according to a CPD report. One of the robbers pulled out a knife when he tried to get his things back.

Mass Transit said the group consists of four men and a woman, all between 20 and 30 years old.

Anyone with information about the suspects can call CPD investigators at 312-745-4706 about case #JG-140106.

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