Police Warn Commuters of Pink Line Robberies

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    Officials said the offender, 22-30-year-old man, approaches victims with a handgun and forefully removes their cell phones before fleeing.

    Residents are being urged to take caution on the CTA Pink Line after a recent series of armed robberies, according to Chicago Police.

    Officials said the offender, 22-30-year-old man, approaches victims with a handgun and forefully removes their cell phones before fleeing.

    The man is said to be a black male around 6-feet tall, 160-185 pounds with pock marks on his face and tattoos on his left neck.

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    Anyone with information is asked to call the Bureau of Detectives at (312)-747-8380.