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CHICAGO (CBS) — A protest is planned tonight at 6 P.M. outside of police headquarters in response to a Chicago police officer shooting a teenager Wednesday night.
An investigation is underway into what led to the shooting and how the.
CPD was tracking a stolen silver Honda accord on the west side Wednesday night.
A police helicopter spotted the vehicle from above leading officers to Cicero and Chicago Avenue.
Police say a 13-year-old who was in the passenger seat ran from the car toward a nearby gas station.
Officers chased him and say the boy turned and that’s when an officer fired and struck him one time.
Sources tell CBS 2 the unarmed teen was shot in the back. The 13-year-old is believed to be involved in the theft of two cars this week — including one in Oak Park where a 3-year-old child was left inside the car.
The civilian office of police accountability is investigating and will determine if officers followed the department’s foot chase policy.
The 13-year-old remains in serious condition.