CHICAGO — Chicago police are searching for five men who carjacked a woman at gunpoint in the city’s Lincoln Park neighborhood.

The incident happened around 9:10 p.m. Tuesday in the 1100 block of West Wrightwood. Police said a 25-year-old woman was parking her vehicle when five men exited a black SUV and forced her out of the car at gunpoint.

The men then fled and took the woman’s 2023 Chevy Malibu. The woman was not injured.

According to police, the vehicle was recovered unoccupied in the area of Southport and Diversey.

Fear gripped many who spoke with WGN News. It’s why Lincoln Park resident Nicholette Andrews says she is changing her routine to protect herself after the alleged carjacking.

“It does make me a little bit more nervous now for when I commute,” she said. “I am not on a phone and don’t have headphones on or anything. I really am more aware of my surroundings.”

Added Jim Maggio: “It’s a big city. It’s going to have big city problems. Wherever you go, you should be looking out and making sure you are safe. It’s unfortunate, obviously, that this happened so close, but we just have to make sure that we take care of each other and keep an eye out on each other.”

No one is in custody. Area Three detectives are investigating.