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Armed muggers ambush woman in leafy Chicago neighborhood

Shocking doorbell video reveals a woman repeatedly screaming in terror as she’s ambushed at gunpoint by a trio of masked muggers in a leafy Chicago neighborhood.

Ring footage from Sunday reveals the 45-year-old woman casually strolling by means of a tree-lined road in the Windy City’s Lakeview space when a dark-colored sedan all of the sudden stops in the highway.

As she continues innocently strolling, three hooded and masked males all of the sudden race out and seize her — with no less than one pointing a gun.

The footage began with the 45-year-old sufferer innocently strolling down a tree-lined Lakeview road.

The woman falls to the road and begins screaming in terror, her anguished cries persevering with all through the remaining 45 seconds of the clip.

“What do you want?” she screams because the trio steals gadgets from her, standing over her and ignoring her screams for greater than 15 seconds earlier than they race again to the automobile and tear off.

Video from Sunday's robbery.
The trio of masked robbers ignored their sufferer’s screams as they stole from her earlier than fleeing in the ready automobile.

After they flee, the sufferer stays screaming on the bottom for no less than 10 seconds earlier than lastly getting again to her ft.

“Help me! Help me!” she screams, whereas persevering with to wail in terror.

The crooks — no less than certainly one of who was armed — stole her fanny pack containing her cellphone, pockets and keys, Chicago cops told WGN9.

Although three muggers had been seen in the clip, cops had been looking 4 suspects, with one seemingly a getaway driver.

The mugging comes as Chicago continues to be blighted by rising gun crime. Even so, the brazen daylight assault rattled neighbors in the realm they’d assumed can be protected from such violence.

“It’s terrifying! It’s the middle of the day and they attacked her,” one resident, Megan Hasse, told NBC5 Chicago.

Another, Bill Pollard, informed WGN9 that he “never would’ve expected anything like this on this kind of a block” with “super wonderful neighbors.”

“It kind of takes a little bit of the shine off of this bubble that you sometimes feel that you live in, right? You know, kids play in the park, neighbors walking up and down the street,” Pollard informed the native outlet.

Now, he mentioned, “rather than just walking around, you may have to look over your shoulder every now and then.”

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