Suspects in series of Chicago carjackings may be juveniles: police

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CHICAGO -- Police are investigating a series of armed carjackings in Chicago overnight. WGN has confirmed three with police, but there could be more, including some in the suburbs. No one was injured in any of the carjackings.

The first happened in the 2500 block of West Wellington around 2:30 a.m. Two men and a woman were sitting in a black 2017 Toyota Camry when three armed men ordered them to get out of the car. The three men took some items from the victims and then used the Camry to drive away from the scene. There were last seen heading southbound on N. Rockwell St.

The second carjacking happened around 3 a.m. in the 400 block of North Aberdeen St. Three men approached another man at gunpoint and took his black sedan.

A third carjacking happened in the 1900 block of West Augusta Blvd. around 4:35 a.m. A man was approached by three men with guns. They took his white Dodge Charger.

Chief of Patrol Fred Waller said the suspects could be juveniles.

No one is in custody.

This is  a developing story. Check back for updates.

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