Police searching for suspects who beat, robbed person sleeping on Red Line train

The attack happened April 27 on a train at the Harrison Red Line stop, Chicago police said.

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Surveillance photos of six men who allegedly attacked and robbed a person sleeping on a Red Line train last month.

Police are searching for six men who allegedly beat and robbed a person who was sleeping on a Red Line train last month at the Harrison station.

Chicago police

Police released surveillance photos of six men who allegedly beat and robbed a sleeping person last month on a Red Line train at the Harrison station.

About 5:45 a.m. April 27, the victim was asleep on the train when the men attacked him and forcefully stole cash from him before running off, according to a community alert from Chicago police. 

The suspects are described as five Hispanic males and one black male, thought to be between the ages of 18 and 20, standing between 5-foot-7 and 5-foot-10, weighing between 160 and 190 pounds, police said. The Hispanic men are described as having medium complexions, while the black man has black- and brown-tipped dreadlocks.

Anyone with information about the suspects or the robbery should call Area Central detectives at (312) 747-8380.

Photos of six men who allegedly robbed a person last month on a Red Line train.

Surveillance photos of a group of men suspected of beating and robbing a person who was sleeping on a Red Line train last month.

Chicago police

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