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In one case, a Northwestern University student was forced to withdraw $400 from an ATM; the other was an attempted robbery of a student, authorities said.
"They definitely seem to be related incidents," Cmdr. Joseph Dugan said Friday. "It appears to be the same (suspects)."
The attempted robbery occurred shortly after midnight Friday on a northbound CTA Purple Line train near the Main Street stop in Evanston, police said. A 21-year-old Northwestern student told investigators he was on the northbound train with about five other passengers when he was approached by a man who demanded his wallet and cellphone. When the student refused, a second man approached and demanded $20, which again the student refused, police said.
They said when the train arrived at the Noyes Street station, the student exited the train and the suspects also exited the train, fleeing east on foot. The student said the suspects did not display a weapon, but one of the suspects did have his hand in his pocket possibly implying that he had a weapon, police said.
A little while later, another 21-year-old Northwestern student was approached by three men near the corner of Sheridan Road and Noyes Street as he was talking on his cellphone, police said. They said one of the suspects asked to use the student's phone. When the student refused, the suspect took the phone and also took his wallet, which contained $20 and a debit card, police said. They said the suspects then demanded the student provide them with the personal identification number and accompany them to an ATM in order to make a withdrawal.
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