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An 18-year-old man was critically injured and taken to a local hospital after he was shot during an alleged home invasion in the area of 8th Street and South Pine Street in North Chicago Monday afternoon.

Police said the incident started in the 2100 block of 8th Street at around 4:45 p.m., when a male suspect armed with a knife and a handgun entered the home and attempted to rob the victim.

The man ran out to where the homeowner was, pulled out a gun and fired several shots at the homeowner during which the homeowner was hit. The victim suffered life-threatening injuries and suffered multiple gunshot wounds to the torso and head.

The suspect ran back into the home and was caught at the back of the home by another homeowner who shot at the suspect before the suspect fled the location in a white or gray Chevrolet Blazer, according to police.

As officers investigated the scene on the 8th Street side of the crime scene, they found the suspect and a male accomplice had fled in a tan or brown four-door Chevrolet Trailblazer. Both of them were booked into the county jail on suspicion of attempted armed robbery and criminal possession of a weapon.

Additional witnesses reported seeing someone in a vehicle in the neighborhood shortly before the shooting. The witness said he stopped his car on South Pine Street to call 911 while he saw two white males leaving with another vehicle and a handgun. The witness said at the time he had no idea who the two white males were or whether or not they were armed. The witness said he is at a loss for words at the shooter’s motives for killing the homeowner.

At about 5 p.m., residents in the area reported hearing a male scream and someone running through a parking lot, possibly in a Toyota Camry or with what appeared to be an older model SUV, according to investigators. There was a brief standoff with police, who eventually determined that the suspect was not a resident.

A search warrant was obtained and a SWAT unit was sent to the address and arrested 19-year-old Marcus R. Jones. After the search, police found the Chevrolet Trailblazer that the witness saw fleeing with the victim.

The officer who shot the homeowner was not physically injured, but he suffered injuries to his elbow, his shoulder, his cheek bone and was taken to Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center. He was treated and released.

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Police said there was no other suspects involved

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