Surveillance photos released of carjacking suspects
PLYMOUTH, Ind. -- A Walmart customer's vehicle was stolen at gunpoint Tuesday morning around 7:15 a.m., according to Plymouth Police.
The victim told police he had just gotten into his silver 2009 Toyota Camry in the Walmart parking lot and was preparing to leave when a woman opened his front passenger door and got into the vehicle.
She then pulled a handgun and ordered the victim out of the car, police said.
She then drove off with the victim's car.
A car similar to a red Ford Focus hatchback driven by a man left with the victim's car. Police said video evidence shows the man and woman were together earlier.
Police said the victim's credit card, which had been left in the car, was used in Chicago later in the morning.
If you have any information in this case, please contact Plymouth Police.