Man carjacked in Anne Arundel taken to Baltimore in his own trunk
A man in Anne Arundel County was ordered at gunpoint into the trunk of his own car, driven to Baltimore, robbed and let out, Anne Arundel police said Monday.
Police learned about the incident late Saturday night. The victim, 28, told them a man approached him, pointed a gun at him and "forced him into the trunk of his own vehicle," a 1998 gold Chevrolet Cavalier, police said in a statement.
The suspect then got behind the wheel, eventually making his way to Baltimore, police said. After the victim was relieved of his wallet and cell phone, he was let out of the trunk, he told police.
The suspect drove away in the Cavalier, which was later found in Baltimore, police said.
"Preliminary investigation indicates that this was possibly a planned meeting between the victim and the suspect and the motive may have been drug-related," Anne Arundel police said in a statement.
The suspect was described as black man in his late 20s to early 30s, said police, who said he was last seen wearing a white bucket hat.
-- Dan Morse
May 10, 2010; 9:47 AM ET
Categories: Anne Arundel , Baltimore , Dan Morse
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