CHICAGO - Four people were arrested Friday in south suburban Calumet Park after Chicago police found a vehicle wanted in connection with a robbery investigation.
The vehicle was recovered at 11:36 p.m. in the 12800 block of South Bishop Street, according to Chicago police. Four “persons of interest” were taken into custody and are being questioned in connection with several recent robberies.
In a community alert issued earlier Friday, police said a group of males driving around in a dark-colored car were wanted in connection with seven robberies since Jan. 17, including one Thursday night during which a man was shot in the chest in Rogers Park.
No charges have been filed, police said. Officers continue to investigate.