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Woman Abducted From Chicago Train

Posted on in Assault & Battery

The Chicago Tribune reported a story about a middle-aged woman who was abducted from a Blue Line train in Chicago. Police are looking for information from the public to help them find the two men in their twenties who forced the 52-year-old woman off the train at gunpoint. The men took the woman to a nearby apartment and assaulted her sexually.

The woman met the two men when she got on a CTA train on the West Side at 530 South Kedzie Avenue on July 30 around 6:30 p.m., the police say. At the Northwest Side California stop, 2211 N. California Avenue, the woman was forced off the train at gunpoint, and after that the men took their victim to an apartment in the 2800 block of West Lyndale Street where the sexual assault took place, according to the alert from Area North Detectives.

Police released descriptions for the men, hoping the public would have information about the crime. Both attackers were black men in their twenties, 5& 10” and 6 feet tall, and weigh between 150 and 160 pounds. More detailed descriptions and contact information for Area North detectives can be found in the original Chicago Tribune story.

When these men are caught, they will face criminal charges, and they will need qualified legal help. If you find yourself or a family member in a situation where legal assistance is needed, be sure to get experienced, dedicated help to get you through that situation. Contact a professional Illinois criminal defense lawyer and get the assistance these ordeals require.

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