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Shocking video shows carjackers forcing Audi driver out at gunpoint in crime-ridden Chicago

Shocking video shows a coordinated gang of carjackers forcing a driver out of his Audi at gunpoint and leaving him lying in the middle of a Chicago road as other cars drive by.

The newly revealed footage shows an Audi A4 pulled over on a four-lane road with its headlights on when two other vehicles approach from the other direction — turning to trap the Audi by blocking it at the front and rear.

At first, the Audi rolls forward as the desperate 27-year-old driver tries to escape, but within seconds, at least three men leap from the surrounding vehicles — with at least one pointing a gun at him.

The targeted driver is then dragged out and thrown to the ground as the gang “displayed handguns and demanded the victim’s vehicle,” Chicago police said.

An attacker is seen tying the driver’s hands behind his back, leaving him face-down in the street as others enter his car.

The suspects then got into all three vehicles and drove away, leaving the driver in the middle of the busy road and only able to get away once his attackers have left.

Chicago police confirmed that it is still seeking around six suspects for the shocking crime that was on the intersection of West Wabansia and North Western avenues at around 3:20 a.m. on Sept. 2.

“No injuries were reported, no offenders are in custody and [detectives] are investigating,” a spokesperson said.

Dramatic video shows the moment a man is carjacked by 2 carloads of armed men near Wabansia and Western on September 2, 2023 in #ChicagoThe man was boxed in and subsequently forced to the ground by the armed men and they proceeded to take his car and his belongings.

Chicago Police Department deals with “a vast volume of crimes on a daily basis” in the Democrat-run city, authorities griped to the Daily Mail, which highlighted the carjacking footage.

In fact, the carjacking came the same night eight people said they were robbed in just 30 minutes in the same neighborhood.

The suspects were described as black males between 17 and 23 years old, who were wearing masks and hoodies, according to CWB Chicago.

They were seen entering dark-colored sedans, like those captured in the surveillance footage.

The suspects were described as black males between 17 and 23 years old, who were wearing masks and hoodies, according to CWB Chicago.

No arrests have been made in any of those cases.

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