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Concealed carrier shoots two suspected thieves in Chicago

A concealed carry permit holder shot and injured two suspected car thieves Saturday just after 3:30 a.m. in Chicago.

The concealed carrier was “walking towards his car from the Cambria Hotel, 32 West Randolph” when someone in a red SUV allegedly shot him, CWBChicago noted.

ABC 7 reported that the concealed carrier pulled out his gun and returned fire, hitting two people who were seeking treatment for gunshot wounds.

Both suspects were taken into custody when they sought medical help.

On November 13, 2022, Breitbart News reported that a concealed carrier in Chicago shot and killed a suspected thief.

ABC 7 / Chicago Sun-Times reported, “A man entered the store and pulled out a gun to begin a robbery” and the concealed carrier responded by drawing his own gun and shooting the alleged thief.

On December 5, 2022, Breitbart News observed that a concealed carry permit holder shot and injured two suspected thieves.

FOX 32 reported that the concealed license holder was in a car when three teenagers arrived in another vehicle and one of the teenagers got out and allegedly pointed a gun at the license holder.

A fight ensues between the teenager and the permit holder, and the permit holder opens fire, injuring two of the suspects.

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