At a service station in River North on Tuesday night, a security guard opened fire on a carjacker who was running away.
According to Chicago police, the automobile was eventually discovered in the West Woodlawn neighbourhood about 11 miles distant, but it was unknown whether the carjacker had been shot.
According to police, the attack took place at approximately 6:40 p.m. when a lady, 34, was obtaining gas in the 600 block of North LaSalle Street. Someone sped off in her car after jumping in.
According to authorities, the driver’s side door, which was still open when the carjacker fled, struck the woman in the left knee. She refused to get medical help.
A number of rounds were fired by the station guard. He had a current Firearm Owners Identification card, according to the police.
According to authorities, the car was found near the 6600 block of South Champlain Avenue.