CHICAGO (WLS) -- Police said they have questioned "persons of interest" in connection with a violent attack on Mayor Rahm Emanuel's son, but so far, have not made any arrests.
Zach Emanuel, 17, was jumped from behind by two men on Dec. 19 near the mayor's home.
Investigators say two men went through his pockets and stole his cellphone.
The 17-year old suffered a chipped tooth and a swollen lip.
Police question 'persons of interest' in attack on Emanuel's son