Cops look for 2 suspects in connection with robberies at Lake, Clark-Division Red Line stations

CPD detectives say these two people robbed victims aboard the Red Line this week. Investigators are trying to identify them. (Chicago Police Department)

Chicago police are looking for a woman who committed two robberies on the Red Line this week. They’re also looking for a man who helped her commit one of the crimes.

According to a police bulletin issued Saturday, the people seen in these CTA surveillance images robbed a victim at the Lake Red Line station, 188 North State, around 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, May 24. The victim was on the train when the duo mugged them and fled the scene.

Police said the suspect in blue is a woman, and the suspect in black is a man, both about 18 years old.

The woman committed a second robbery about 40 minutes later at the Clark-Division stop, according to a second CPD alert. Once again, the victim was on the train when they were mugged around 8:10 p.m.

Anyone with information about the pair can contact CPD’s Mass Transit Unit at 312-745-4447. The first robbery’s case number is JH276310. The second robbery, in which the woman worked alone, is JH277134.

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