Police seek suspects in crime-spree that left 1 dead, several wounded

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CHICAGO — Police are on the lookout for two men who are armed and extremely dangerous and  responsible for a five-part crime spree that began early Thursday morning on the far South Side.

At 7:24 a.m., the two suspects carjacked a 27-year-old Chicago man and shot him once in the leg. He survived and was transported to the hospital in serious condition.

At 7:29 a.m., five minutes later, they shot a man on his bicycle near 85th and Mackinac. He also survived and is expected to be ok.

A short time later, on South Lakeshore Dr., the suspects had an encounter with another driver.

suspectsThere was a  collision and according to the driver they flashed a gun.

At 8:34 a.m. the suspects robbed the Shell Gas Station in Summit, Illinois.

And then less than 20 minutes later, they robbed the Shell at 63rd and Harlem.  It was there they shot and killed the clerk, a 34-year-old Oak Lawn man.

The clerk who was killed was said to be just filling in.

Police describe the shooter as a thin white/Hispanic male wearing a hoodie, a red t-shirt and black baseball hat.

His accomplice is described as a male black wearing a black hooded sweatshirt.

The carjacked vehicle the men were seen driving is 4 door silver Pontiac with the Illinois license plate L925050.  It most likely has front end damage from the hit and run crash on Lakeshore Drive.