DC police looking for gunmen after Southeast gas station carjacking

D.C. police are looking for multiple suspects after an armed carjacking at a gas station in Southeast Saturday night.

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On Tuesday, police released surveillance video showing three suspects – at least two of whom are armed – pull into the gas station in the 2300 block of Pennsylvania Avenue, Southeast around 11:25 p.m.

While two suspects pull out their guns and approach at least one victim off camera, a third approaches a vehicle.

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The gunmen reportedly took cash and car keys from the victim before speeding off in their vehicle.

The victim’s vehicle has been recovered.

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The suspects’ vehicle of interest is described as a white Toyota with a partial Maryland tag of 341T.

If you can help police find the suspects, call (202) 727-9099.