Chicago police officers shot a man near a busy Bucktown neighborhood intersection after a pursuit that stemmed from an armed robbery at a Subway restaurant on the Near North Side, police said.
Police said the suspect is the same man wanted in more than a dozen robberies of North Side convenience stores and restaurants.
Police said the man shot tonight, about 11:50 p.m., fled from a Subway at 816 N. State Street and the pursuit ended when his SUV crashed into a car outside a Walgreens at 1601 N. Milwaukee Ave.
Police said the suspect did not respond to commands and made suspicious movements inside the vehicle before he was shot.
The other robberies police are investigating happened most often between 11:30 p.m. and 2:15 a.m.
Among the pair: two within hours of each other at 2200 N. Lincoln Avenue and 300 W. Chicago Avenue early in the morning of Feb. 6.
It’s unclear if the man was shot inside or outside the vehicle and his condition is not known. He was taken to John H. Stroger Jr. Hospital of Cook County and is expected to survive, police said.
Police from a number of nearby districts responded to the scene after officers called "10-1," a radio term used to signal an officer, firefighter or paramedic in distress. Detectives from two of the three city detective areas also responded to the scene.
Detectives approached people inside and out of the numerous bars that line the intersection asking if anyone saw anything.
Traffic in the area, including CTA buses, is being rerouted through the neighboring side streets.
Hours after the shooting, as the bars wrapped up for the night, people stood outside smoking and exchanging stories of the cop cars they saw speeding toward the scene.
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