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Philadelphia Police Release Video of Alleged Violent Carjacking Caught on Camera

Philadelphia Police Release Video of Alleged Violent Carjacking Caught on Camera

ID #22-378

ID #22-378 Screen capture from video. Source Philadelphia Police Department

ID #22-378 Screen capture from video. Source Philadelphia Police Department

Alleged Robbery Carjacking 5901 Wissahickon Ave Dc

Philadelphia Police Department Press Release

On October 1, 2022, at 10 pm at 5901 Wissahickon Ave four unknown black males robbed the victim, a 29-year-old-male, at gunpoint and took his 2022 Red Chrysler 300. The victim parked his vehicle at the gas pump at the Sunoco at 5901 Wissahickon Ave. While parked a white transit van pulled up and parked in front of him. When the victim exited the store and walked back to his
car four masked males with guns jumped out of the white van and robbed the victim of his car. The Chrysler went south on Wissahickon Ave, and the van went north.

Suspect Description: Four black males wearing dark masks and black hoodies armed with two semi-automatic rifles and two handguns.

Vehicle Description: White Ford transit Van with tinted windows. Paper tag 4118905 Unknown State.

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