Thanks to our commenters for sharing this: The thugs that carjacked a family from their home in the Beverly neighborhood returned Tuesday morning – yesterday – to steal a second car. The ‘jackers made off with one car and likely had a key and/or keyfob on the keyring, so why not steal the second car, right? That’s just what they did. And they did it at 7:20 in the morning – in broad daylight.
These carjackers, like the other criminals in Chicago, have no worries about getting caught, prosecuted or incarcerated. They are brazen little bastards.
So, do you think that Beverly family has rekeyed the locks on their house yet? Because those carjackers probably wouldn’t mind having a playdate with the cute little teenage daughter that lives there and maybe mom too.
Question #2: Do you think mom and dad have secured the means with which to protect their home yet? The most effective means?
How many times will they need to be victimized by the scum of the earth before they decide that it’s time to go real estate shopping?
Because obviously the police and the so-called “criminal justice system” in Chicago isn’t going to protect them.
CHICAGO — A Beverly family that is still reeling from an armed carjacking in their driveway was targeted again only 12 days later, police say.
According to Chicago police, two persons of interest were taken in for questioning on Tuesday after thieves made off with a second vehicle stolen from the family that fell victim less than two weeks ago.
The family’s surveillance camera captured the moments the carjacking took place on Nov. 2, when thieves stole one of the family vehicles and FOBs to both of the family’s cars.
Alderman Matthew O’Shea (19th Ward) said thieves returned to the house on Tuesday morning and stole a second vehicle that was parked on the street outside the home.