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CPD release photos of suspected shooter at Benito Juarez High School

The Chicago Police Department are seeking the public's help in identifying the individual who shot four teenagers as classes let out of Benito Juarez High School on Friday afternoon. Two of the teens died from their injuries.

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CPD release photos of suspected shooter at Benito Juarez High School

Pilsen, Chicago - The Chicago Police Department are seeking the public's help in identifying the individual who shot four teenagers as classes let out of Benito Juarez High School on Friday afternoon. Two of the teens died from their injuries.

The shooting happened before 2:45 p.m. Friday afternoon on the 1400 block of W. Cermak in the Pilsen neighborhood on the city's Lower West Side.

Someone opened fire on a group of students, striking four, as classes let out of Benito Juarez High School.

A 14-year-old boy was shot in the head and pronounced dead at the scene. Another 15-year-old boy was also shot in the head and later died from his injuries at Stroger Hospital. Two additional 15-year-old students, one male and one female, were injured in the shooting but their injuries were not considered life-threatening.

The images released by CPD are below:

There is no one in custody. Area detectives continue to investigate.

Submit tips anonymously at cpdtip.com or call Area Three detectives at 312-744-8261 with any information.


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