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Attempted Armed Carjacking in Texas Caught on Camera

Attempted Armed Carjacking in Texas Caught on Camera

ID #22-236

ID #22-236 Alleged carjacking suspects. Credit Houston PD

ID #22-236 Alleged carjacking suspects. Credit Houston PD

Gunman opens fire on woman in gas station parking lot in north Houston

Houston police are asking for help in finding the two men they say opened fire on a car that was parked at a gas station.

Houston Police Department Press Release

The Houston Police Department’s Robbery Division needs the public’s assistance in identifying the suspects responsible for an aggravated robbery.

On Wednesday, June 22, 2022, at around 1:30 pm, the complainant was sitting in the driver’s seat of her vehicle after fueling up at the gas pumps at a convenience store, located at the 19400 block of Aldine Westfield, in Harris County. The complainant stated that two unknown males suddenly appeared on both side of her car while pointing guns at her and demanding that she get out of the vehicle. The complainant stated that she panicked and hit the accelerator, speeding away from the suspects. One of the suspects, who was armed with a shotgun, fired a round, striking the rear wing of the vehicle. Both suspects then fled the location on foot.

Suspect #1: Hispanic male, 16 to 25 years old, dark clothing, armed with a shotgun.

Suspect #2: Hispanic male, black shirt and black shorts.

If you know the names of these suspects.

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For an immediate sighting, please dial 9-1-1

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