A 12-year-old TROUBLED boy playing with friends outside his Gage Park home was shot in the chest by a gunman who drove up in a red SUV and opened fire, police said.

The boy was hit in the chest around 9 p.m. near his father's house in the 3000 block of West 54th Street. He was listed in critical condition at Mount Sinai Hospital, according to police.

Police said the boy had no known gang ties and no one was in custody.

Community activist Andrew Holmes said the boy was playing with other children, some younger than him, when the shots were fired. "Talking to some of the neighbors, they said there was a good amount of kids out there," he said.

"When the weather changes, they want to be outside," he added while standing outside the hospital. "But it's a safety risk right now. You know, look just what happened and the weather is about to change over the weekend."

Police are investigating an attempted robbery at a Brink's facility in Chicago's Lawndale neighborhood.

Investigators said just before 3:10 a.m. Friday, the manager reported seeing three men leaving the building located near South California Avenue and West Taylor Street. It was initially reported that the men may have taken money, but the manager did not see any in their possession.

Police say they searching for the three men. A source said they may have been employees, but that has not been confirmed by police.

Employees were not allowed back into the building until after 5:30 a.m.

"You know, we get other things, but not where the employees are actually trying steal the money. I mean, loss of money, things of that nature. Yeah. That's a first for me in 17 years," said Darrell Barnett, a Brink's driver.

Area North police are handling the investigation.
The owner of a suburban pizzeria was killed after a van slammed into his restaurant.

Gus Acuna was the chef and and owner of Acuna Pizza in Roselle, Ill.

He was killed and two other people were injured Wednesday when the driver of a van went off the road and hit a light pole and parked car before crashing into the restaurant.

Police believe that driver may have had a medical emergency. The accident is still under investigation.

According to a statement on the restaurant's Facebook page, the restaurant opened in 2010:

“We are deeply saddened by the passing of owner and chef, Gus Acuna. Our small pizzeria has come a long way from when we first opened doors on July of 2010. It began with Gus dreaming of providing something better for our family and the residents of Roselle. He led by ambition and by taking risks. Demonstrating that hard work pays off in the end. Almost six years later, we are proud of what Gus was able to accomplish. Our future plans are unknown as of right now, but we want to thank our loyal customers for supporting us through this journey.”

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