Three convenience stores were held up in March, 2020, in the Loop. | Sun-Times file photo
Three 24-hour stores were held up by either one person or a pair of suspects, police said. Three convenience stores were robbed this month in the Loop.
In each case, one or two suspects stole items from a 24-hour store, Chicago police said.
In two cases, a pair worked together, with one suspect distracting a lone employee as the other took merchandise, police said. When the employee opened the cash...
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