Man kidnapped, taken for cash on Northwest Side

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CHICAGO -- Chicago police are searching for suspects who kidnapped a man on the Northwest Side and demanded he withdrawl cash from several ATMs.

Police say a 65-year-old Albany Park man with parking his car in the 4100 block of Elston on Tuesday around 1 a.m. when two men with guns approached him.  They told them to get back into his car.

Police say the two suspects told the victim to drive.  He complied and gave up his ATM card which the suspects used at an ATM 5 miles away near California and Devon.

From there, police say the card was used twice more at ATMs at Kedzie and Addison.

The suspects then took off.

Police and the man's son tracked him down by using the GPS on his phone. He was not injured.

It is not known how much money the suspects got away with. And police do not have a good description of the suspects.


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