No one was hurt when an SUV with two children inside was stolen in north suburban Zion on Monday.
An adult left their white 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee running in the 2100 block of Lewis Avenue around 6:23 p.m. while entering a business, according to Zion police.
According to police, a male suspect in his twenties entered the SUV and fled with the sleeping children inside.
According to police, the suspect drove to the 2200 block of Lewis Avenue and forced the children to get out of the Grand Cherokee before fleeing the scene.
The front driver’s door panel and rear passenger window tint have been damaged, according to police.
Police described the suspect as a Black man in his twenties wearing a gray sweater and a black mask.
There have been no arrests, and Zion police are investigating.
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