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Suspects Accused Of Chasing Woman Onto LSD Turn Themselves In

By Mae Rice in News on Jun 1, 2016 3:05PM

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Four teenage suspects have turned themselves in in relation to the Sunday night robbery attempt that culminated in a group chasing two people into traffic on Lake Shore Drive, a source told NBC. Both victims were hit by cars, and one, a 32-year-old woman, died.

Police released grainy black-and-white video stills of the group of alleged assailants on Monday, and on Tuesday, they released an array of clearer pictures of the suspects. At least one suspect's parent recognized their 19-year-old in the photos, activist Andrew Holmes told NBC. This led to the 19-year-old turning himself in, accompanied by his family and Holmes; NBC also shared footage they report shows three other suspects in the case entering Area Central Headquarters at 51st and Wentworth.

It's unclear what role the four suspects played in the incident. According to previous police reports, only one assailant was armed, though a group of people chased the two victims—the deceased woman and a 43-year-old man, now in stable condition—onto the highway.

Chicago police could not confirm that suspects in this case had turned themselves in.

Update, noon: Chicago police confirmed they are speaking with people of interest in this case. The Sun-Times reports police are speaking with six suspects, two of them adults and four of them juveniles.

Below, more of the new photos of the suspects, released Tuesday by the Chicago Police Department:

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