- Chicago police are looking for a man who brandished an alleged handgun during a live broadcast on Wednesday morning.
- Joanie Lum was reporting on the corner of Clark and Hubbard in River North when the man appeared and pointed what appeared to be a firearm at either the camera or camera operator.
- The “Good Morning Chicago” broadcast talked about rising gun violence in the city, which suffered a mass shooting incident just last week.
- FOX 32 reported later in the day that no one was injured during the incident.
- The authorities now consider the man to be a person of interest and have accused him of aggravated assault with a firearm.
Chicago police are looking for a man who brandished an alleged handgun during a live broadcast about gun violence in the city.
Members of the FOX 32 team, led by reporter Joanie Lum, were on the corner of Clark and Hubbard in the neighborhood of River North at around 7 a.m. on Wednesday when their camera captured the incident.