Men robbed, forcibly kissed woman at North-Clybourn CTA station, police say

Chicago police say these two men targeted a woman at the North-Clybourn Red Line station (Chicago Police Department)

CHICAGO — Police are trying to identify two men who were part of a large group that targeted a woman at the North-Clybourn Red Line station last month.

CPD’s Mass Transit unit released surveillance images on Wednesday of two men that detectives want to speak to about the incident, which occurred around 2:13 p.m. on May 1.

The man on the left, wearing a “Nirvana” hoodie, took the woman’s phone by force and tried to get her to unlock the device and change its language to English, police said.

Moments later, a large group surrounded the woman and one of them, seen on the right, kissed the woman without consent, according to CPD.

Anyone who recognizes the men can contact detectives at 312-745-4447. The CPD case number is JH-246208.

Chicago police say these two men targeted a woman at the North-Clybourn Red Line station (Chicago Police Department)
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