Armed Chicago Man Stops Robbery

posted on April 5, 2016

On Thursday, a Chicago man shot and killed another man who tried to rob him and a friend in an Uptown neighborhood. 

According to local media, at about 10:30 in the evening two men were unloading a vehicle in an alley when another man approached them with a gun and demanded their belongings. One of the men handed over his wallet and cell phone, but pulled his gun and shot the robber when he tried to take the car.

Police said the suspect had been on parole for a past armed robbery conviction.

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