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the violent theft of an occupied car

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THE terrifying moment two carjackers targeted a man in the street before driving off with his VW Golf in Saltley has been captured on CCTV.
Tahir Mehmood, 35, was returning from the Aldi store in Gorton, Manchester, when he saw his wife and five-year-old son outside his car and the carjacker in the driver's seat.
The carjacker is described as being in his 20s, who was around 6ft and with a slim face and "small" eyes.
Mr Davies, who said he felt as though he had wrestled with the wouldbe carjacker for half an hour, added: "Luckily I think he was half-committed, so I think he gave it up.
The carjacker, according to police, picked up a passenger just a few blocks away from where the car was stolen.
DETROIT -- When they pull up to a gas station these days, Detroit drivers are looking beyond the price per gallon to a far more threatening concern: carjackers.
A Delhi Police constable was also shot at in the incident and a Ford Endeavour, which the carjackers had lifted, was recovered.
One carjacker with a gun approached a man at a gas station on May 11, demanding the victim's car keys.
A LIVERPOOL builder today told how he was left bloody and bruised after grappling with a carjacker.
The carjacker is white, about 5ft 7ins tall and slim with dark thick eyebrows, shadows beneath his eyes and stubble.
Momma, seeing that the gun was now pointed at Katrese, leaned on the horn and just about scared the carjacker into next Tuesday.
A YOUNG woman was threatened with a knife by a carjacker who crept into the back of her car as she used a cash machine.
Jennifer Grabowski was attacked by a carjacker and broke her leg when she was pushed or fell from the car during the struggle.
The prosecution is expected to paint her as a scheming monster who lied to her hometown and the entire world for n/he days, blaming a phantom carjacker for the disappearance of her sons before confessing that she had drowned the two little boys in a dark lake.