Chicago police release images of teens believed to be involved in Red Line attack

CHICAGO (WLS) -- Chicago police have released surveillance images of some of the teens allegedly involved in an attack on three people Saturday afternoon on a CTA Red Line platform on the Near North Side.

About 7:30 p.m. Saturday, the teenagers attacked two men, 28 and 26 years old, and a 29-year-old woman at the Chicago and State station at 800 North State Street, according to Chicago police. All three suffered bruising and lacerations on their faces and bodies and were treated on the scene by Chicago Fire Department paramedics.

Trains were stopped for about two hours after the attack while police investigated.

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A group of teens attacked three people at the CTA Red Line's Chicago and State station.

Earlier Saturday, two teenagers were arrested at the North Riverside Park Mall in the western suburbs after a group of teenagers caused a disturbance at about 5 p.m. The mall closed early as a result.

The disturbances spilled over to the Water Tower Place in downtown Chicago.

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A group of teenagers attacked three people as they waited for a train Saturday.

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