Criminals strike Chicago delivery drivers twice in 24 hours

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CHICAGO -- Delivery drivers in Chicago were targeted by criminals twice in 24 hours.

Chicago police say thieves held a UPS driver at gunpoint so they could take packages from his truck.

It happened just before 9 p.m. Wednesday at 85th and Prairie in the Chatham Neighborhood.

Police are looking for two men in the case, but no descriptions were available.

The truck driver wasn't hurt.

A FedEx truck full of packages was stolen on the South Side Wednesday.

Police found it at 72nd and Evans in the Park Manor neighborhood.

The front of the vehicle was damaged.

It's not clear if the suspects got away with any packages.

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