A woman was carjacked at gunpoint Thursday night minutes after an attempted carjacking half a mile away in Albany Park on the Northwest Side.
The woman, 32, was sitting in a black Toyota Highlander in the 4300 block of North Mozart Street when she was approached by three gunmen about 8:30 p.m., police said. One of them ordered her out of the car and she complied, police said.
The suspects fled in the SUV and no injuries were reported.
A few minutes earlier, a 22-year-old man was parked in a gray sedan in the 3000 block of West Eastwood Avenue when he was approached by three gunmen who tried pulling him out of his car, police said.
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When he resisted, he was pistol-whipped by before the gunmen sped off in a dark-colored sedan, authorities said. The man refused treatment, according to police.
A police spokesperson couldn’t say whether the attacks were connected.
No one was in custody.