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Chicago: Two River North Red Line Robbers Arrested

Two guys were arrested after an early Christmas Day Red Line heist in River North wounded a victim.

At 3:40 a.m., three males robbed the 43-year-old man on a CTA platform in the 500 block of North State Street.

Two men in custody in River North Red Line holdup - Chicago Sun-Times

Also read: Woman Sentenced to 25 Years for Robbery Where Her Ex-boyfriend Killed 6 Chicagoans

The third robber is missing.

Police said the victim was brought to Northwestern Memorial Hospital in excellent condition with a right wrist cut.

The investigation is still in progress.

Source: https://www.fox32chicago.com/

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