Chicago Uber Driver Attacked and Vehicle Stolen by Group of Females

An Uber driver in Chicago was violently attacked by a group of females, one armed with a pipe, in the city’s Chinatown neighborhood. The incident occurred at the intersection of 22nd Place and Princeton Avenue. The 62-year-old driver had just arrived near his home when he was approached by three females who beat him and took his car keys. Surveillance footage captured the attack, showing the victim being chased and brought down to the ground by two of the suspects. A third attacker struck him with what appeared to be a pipe. The assailants then fled the scene in the victim’s vehicle.

The victim, Danxin Shi, recounted the incident, stating that he had parked his car and was walking towards his apartment when the three females assaulted him, held him, and forcibly took his car keys. Shi declined medical attention at the scene. As of now, no arrests have been made, and an investigation is ongoing.

 

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