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Armed Carjackers Caught on Video in Miami-Dade

Men caught on video carjacking and robbing women at gunpoint: Police

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    Miami-Dade Police are looking for two men they say were caught on camera carjacking two women at gunpoint on March 27 in the 2000 block of Northwest 64th Street. One of the carjacking victims, Quanisha, and Miami-Dade Police spokesman Detective Javier Baez spoke about the case. (Published Saturday, April 27, 2013)

    Miami-Dade Police are looking for two men they say were caught on camera carjacking two women at gunpoint.

    The crime happened in the early morning hours of March 27 in the 2000 block of Northwest 64th Street when the suspects, armed with black handguns, opened the doors to the Volkswagen Jetta after the two women had just entered the vehicle, police said.

    "We didn't see them coming," said Quanisha, one of the carjacking victims. "It's crazy that you could get robbed right outside your own home."

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    One of the suspects patted the driver down at gunpoint while the other suspect ordered the passenger to give him her belongings. The men ordered the women out of the Jetta and took off in it with their belongings, police said.

    Neither of the women, ages 24 and 20, were injured in the incident. The car was later recovered.

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    One of the victims said they were caught offguard because they were heading out to go to work.

    "It's crazy," Quanisha said.

    Police are asking anyone with information to call Miami-Dade CrimeStoppers at 305-471-TIPS.

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