Chicago kidnappers armed with guns politely ask the victim for

Chicago kidnappers armed with guns politely ask the victim for his car keys and even hold his pizza

Muggers with manners! Bizarre moment Gun-armed Chicago kidnappers politely ask the victim – who they dubbed “sir” – for his car keys, even holding out his pizza while he pulls it out of his pocket

  • Video shows a group of armed robbers approaching a 36-year-old victim in crime-ridden Chicago Saturday night
  • They ask the man for his keys and hold his pizza while the victim retrieves them
  • The thieves then thank the victim as they drive away in his car

Surveillance footage captured the bizarre moment when remarkably polite, gun-toting thieves steal a man’s car keys.

Video made available to CWB Chicago shows a group of three men dressed in black approaching a 36-year-old victim around 7:30 p.m. Saturday when they asked him for his keys.

The carjackers then hold onto the pizza that the man is carrying while he fishes for his keys. They even thank their victim and call him “sir”.

Police say the incident is just the latest in a string of thefts committed by the group of armed robbers in the crime-ridden city in recent weeks.

Surveillance footage captured the bizarre moment when polite carjackers held their victim’s pizza as he handed over his keys in Chicago on Saturday night

Footage released online shows four men exiting a dark-colored SUV at the 600 block of West 29th Street Saturday night while an unsuspecting man walks down the sidewalk across the street carrying at least one pizza box.

Two of the robbers then approached the 36-year-old with handguns while a third sprinted across the street with a rifle. A fourth man was seen next to their car.

As the men – dressed in black clothing that obscures their features – surround their victim, he yells “Whoa” and appears to be trying to defend himself.

But a carjacker to his left simply asks him, “Do you have keys?”

If the victim confirms, he actually does. Having car keys with him, the carjacker agrees to hold the victim’s pizza so he can dig his keys out of his pocket.

As soon as he hands her over to the carjacker on his right, the man on the left looks at him and asks his victim, “Are you alright?” when he brings back the man’s pizza.

“I’m fine,” replies the victim.

“Okay, thank you,” the carjacker replies, while his accomplice says, “Thank you, sir.”

“You bet,” replies the victim, taking a drag on his cigarette and then walking away.

Chicago police said the suspects drove away from the scene in the victim’s Toyota RAV4. You remain at large.

The armed robbers politely ask the man for his keys and thank him when he hands them over

The armed robbers politely ask the man for his keys and thank him when he hands them over

The car theft came just a week after a man in a black GAP sweater and his friend in a red sweater confronted another victim just two blocks away.

Video of that incident showed the men pushing a victim onto his white sedan while they fished for his keys outside a local gas station.

They carried pistols and a rifle as they pushed their victim before driving away in his car.

Authorities now say both crimes were committed by the same group of men about whom Chicago police have already issued two public warnings.

They said the group travels in more than one vehicle to rob and steal people while displaying firearms and pistols.

The armed thugs have apparently committed multiple robberies in recent weeks, targeting people at ATMs, gas stations and on the street for robberies and car theft.

Police said the group consisted of four to five black men, between the ages of 15 and 35, wearing ski masks and black clothing. However, some of the victims told police they thought the robbers might have been Hispanic.

Vehicle thefts are now up 165 percent from the same period last year, according to police statistics, while thefts are up 24 percent and robberies are up 26 percent.

Overall, crime in the Windy City is up 61 percent from last year.