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Elderly woman kidnapped, robbed

A 69-year-old woman was kidnapped from her home in unincorporated Frankfort Square.

Investigators say the victim had just returned to her townhome on Chestnut Court around 10 p.m. Monday when a gunman walked up to her driveway and ordered her out of her car.  He forced her into the car driven by the gunman’s accomplice.

They drove several miles to a nearby Bank of America branch, forcing the woman to give up her ATM pin code.  The men dropped off the victim near the intersection of I-57 and 167th Street in Country Club Hills.

3 men have been arrested in connection with the crime.

 

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Two more men wanted for allegedly kidnapping a 69-year-old woman from her home in suburban Frankfort Square earlier this month are now in custody.

20-year-old Aaron Anderson of New Lenox and 23-year-old Dorian Yamini of Richton Park were taken into custody without incident this morning in Sulphur Springs, Texas 80 miles northeast of Dallas.

Police stopped them following a high speed chase for a traffic violation.

The suspects are accused of forcing the victim to give-up information about her bank accounts before they freed her.

A third suspect, 21-year-old Chavell Anderson of Hazel Crest has already been in custody.

The two arrested today are expected to be extradited back to Illinois.

Bond has been set at $1 million for a man accused in the abduction and robbery of an elderly Frankfort Square woman.

Chavell D. Anderson is charged with count of armed robbery, a Class X Felony. Authorities are still searching for two other suspects.

Anderson will be back in Will County court on March 28.

A suspect is in custody in connection with the abduction and robbery of an elderly Frankfort Square woman.

Will County Sheriff’s spokesperson says the suspect turned himself in this afternoon and was accompanied by his attorney.

The 69-year-old woman was taken from her home in unincorporated Frankfort Square.earlier this week.

Investigators say the victim had just returned to her townhome on Chestnut Court around 10 p.m. Monday when a gunman walked up to her driveway and ordered her out of her car.  He forced her into the car driven by the gunman’s accomplice.

They drove several miles to a nearby Bank of America branch, forcing the terrified woman to give up her ATM pin code.

The men dropped off the victim near the intersection of I-57 and 167th Street in Country Club Hills.

Authorities are still searching for two suspects.

The Will County Sheriff’s Department is investigating the kidnapping of a 69-year-old woman from her home in unincorporated Frankfort Square.

Investigators are looking for three men who used a dark or possibly gray colored four-door sedan to kidnap the terrified victim at gunpoint.

“It’s a shame that happened to her because she’s a sweet lady,” neighbor Gene DeLuca told WGN.

Investigators say the victim had just returned to her townhome on Chestnut Court around 10 p.m. Monday when a gunman walked up to her driveway and ordered her out of her car.  He forced her into the car driven by the gunman’s accomplice.

They drove several miles to a nearby Bank of America branch, forcing the terrified woman to give up her ATM pin code.  Will County Sheriff’s police have not said how much money the men withdrew from the ATM.

After a harrowing ride through the south suburbs that lasted a couple of hours, the men dropped off the victim near the intersection of I-57 and 167th Street in Country Club Hills.

Aside from a terrible fright the victim was physically unharmed.  She was able to find Country Club Hills police, who alerted the Will County Sheriff.

The kidnappers tried to use the victim’s credit card at a Walmart store in Crestwood.

A 69-year-old woman was kidnapped in Frankfort Square in Will County.

She was in her driveway when an armed man approached and ordered her into a car.

That man and another man drove her to an ATM, while another man followed in her car.

The suspects withdrew money from her account and then released her unharmed.

Police later found her car, but are still looking for the men.

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