CHICAGO — Simply hours after police launched surveillance photographs, a person has surrendered in connection to a horrific assault and theft of a lady close to an ‘L’ station in Chicago’s Bucktown neighborhood on Sunday morning.
Simply earlier than midnight, the person walked into Chicago Police Space Central accompanied by his mom and Group Activist Andrew Holmes.
Holmes says late Tuesday night time, he acquired a name from the person’s household, after listening to about his image being aired on the information.
Inside the hour, the person was strolling in to speak to police.
The person’s image was taken from CTA surveillance cameras, and was launched to the media Tuesday night time.
Police have been hoping to determine the person, believed to be related to this case.
Detectives says simply earlier than three:30 a.m. Sunday, a 23 yr-previous lady was adopted from the Blue Line station at North Avenue and Damen, to the 1600 block of Bell.
She was then grabbed, dragged right into a gangway, crushed, stripped of her garments and robbed. Group Activist Andrew Holmes says the lady was additionally sexually assaulted.
As soon as the person’s image was made public, household inspired the person to show himself in.
Holmes describes the household as being “shut knit” —and eager to do the appropriate factor.
Holmes says the person who turned himself in has not proclaimed guilt or innocence to him.
He’s speaking to detectives, who’re making an attempt to find out the identical.