Police are warning about a chilling new rash of violent carjackings in multiple Chicago neighborhoods--including one caught on video.
For Salatiel Salgado, the shock is still setting in after having a handgun pulled to his head Tuesday morning.
"It was really terrifying," he told NBC 5. "If they don't like me, one shot in the forehead, there's no coming back from that."
A West Town neighbor, who doesn't want to be identified, shared startling video that his home surveillance camera caught minutes before and during the crime. Beginning at about 4:20 a.m., several unidentified people are seen walking up and down the 2200 block of West Ohio Street.
Salgado, a 34-year-old father, was getting into his car on his way to work when five men robbed him of his cell phone, wallet, and keys to his 2014 Camry.
"One was pointing gun and so I gave him everything," he said. "I was really scared."
The group then fled in the Camry. The chilling home surveillance also shows a car peeling out and racing away.
"I can't imagine if anything happens to me," Salgado said. "(My kids wouldn't) have a father."
About an hour later around 5:47 a.m. in Lakeview, a 28-year-old man was getting some things from his trunk on the 2900 block of North Greenview Avenue. A car pulled up and two men, at least one of them armed with a gun, pulled up, took his keys, wallet and his car.
A neighbor told NBC 5 off camera that she could see in her surveillance video that a getaway car was in the alley across the street.
About 9 p.m. Monday night, a 37-year-old man was sitting in his black Chevy Suburban in the 200 block of West Walton Street.
Police said he was forced from the Chevy at gunpoint before the offenders took off with his wallet and fled in his car.