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Evanston Police have charged two Evanston men, one 19-year old and the other 26-years old, in connection with robbery incidents, said Commander Ryan Glew, Media Relations at the Evanston Police Department.

The first incident was an attempted robbery on Feb. 6 in the 1600 block of Simpson. In that incident the offenders allegedly attempted to enter the victim’s vehicle, but the victim fled in her vehicle, said the Commander.

The second incident was an armed robbery that took place on Feb. 6, in the 2100 block of Foster, said the Commander. In that incident the offenders, allegedly using a handgun, robbed a pizza delivery driver, said the Commander. The offenders allegedly took $500, a cellphone, and a wallet, he said.

The third incident was an armed robbery and kidnapping that took place on Feb. 13 in the 1800 block of Darrow, said the Commander. In that incident the offenders, using a gun, allegedly robbed and kidnapped a pizza delivery driver. The offenders allegedly took $20, credit cards, miscellaneous IDs, wallet, and pizzas. The offenders initially took the victim’s vehicle, but got stuck in the snow. They fled the vehicle leaving the victim in the vehicle, said the Commander. The 19-year old is not charged in this incident.