Cops: Driver runs away after truck crashes into Gold Coast store

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Police are looking for the driver of a pickup that crashed into Cort Furniture Rental early Wednesday in the 500 block of North Lake Shore Drive. | Network Video Productions

Police are searching for a driver whose truck crashed into a Gold Coast neighborhood storefront early Wednesday.

The crash happened at 2:23 a.m. in the 500 block of North Lake Shore Drive, according to Chicago Police.

A pickup could be seen crashed through the front of Cort Furniture Rental in that block.

Witnesses told investigators that the driver ran away and abandoned the truck, police said. Nothing was reported stolen from the store.

Police are looking for the driver of a pickup that crashed into Cort Furniture Rental early Wednesday in the 500 block of North Lake Shore Drive. | Network Video Productions

Police are looking for the driver of a pickup that crashed into Cort Furniture Rental early Wednesday in the 500 block of North Lake Shore Drive. | Network Video Productions

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