Uber Eats driver carjacked in Riverside; police seeking armed suspects
The 20-year-old man was making a delivery when one of the suspects pressed an object to his back and demanded his items and vehicle, police said.
Police are looking for two armed suspects who stole a vehicle from an Uber Eats delivery driver Saturday in west suburban Riverside.
The driver was making a delivery about 6:50 p.m. in the 200 block of East Quincy Street, Riverdale police said. He was confronted by two suspects, and one of them pressed what he thought to be a gun into his back.
The suspect demanded his wallet, cellphone and vehicle, police said. The other suspect was in a car acting as a “look out.” Both suspects drove off toward Harlem Avenue.
The driver, a 20-year-old man, wasn’t hurt, police said. Police were able to track down the vehicles from street cameras.
The suspects are still at large and believed to be armed with semi-automatic guns, police said. One of the suspects is believed to be a man standing 5-foot-8, skinny, and he was wearing a black beanie, black jeans and a surgical mask.
The vehicle driven to Riverside by the suspects is described as a black Ford SUV with distinctive rims, according to police. The vehicle that was stolen is described as a silver-colored Honda 4-door with a Panera Bread sign on the roof.
Anyone with information about is asked to call Riverside police at 708-447-2127.