Violent Carjacking in Midtown Mobile

Violent Carjacking in Midtown Mobile

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Mobile Police are looking for several  carjacking suspects.    The crime happened Monday night at 11:10 p.m. in the 100 block of North Ann Street. Investigators say four subjects armed with guns took the victim’s green 2006 Lincoln Town Car. 

Police say the suspects fled the scene in the victims' vehicle and drove south on Ann Street towards St. Stephens Road. They say two other subjects were also occupying a Gray Nissan Altima late 90’s to early 2000’s model. 

No injuries were reported.        

Suspects:         

1)      Black male, dark complexion, 5’3-5’5, 140-160lbs, late teens early twenties, black shirt

2)      Black male dark complexion, 6’0, 220-250lbs, black ski mask, black shirt with  black pants

3)      Unknown Description

4)      Unknown Description

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