DC police looking for other suspects after knife-point car-jacking; 14-year-old charged
WASHINGTON - D.C. police have arrested a 14-year-old in connection with a New Year’s Eve knife-point car-jacking in Southeast, but they’re hoping newly released video will help lead them to other suspects.
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Police say the suspects are wanted on charges including armed robbery and theft after the incident in the 500 block of 33rd Street, Southeast on Dec. 31.
According to investigators, the suspects approached the victim around 9:19 p.m.
One of the suspects allegedly pulled out a knife and demanded the victim’s property – including their vehicle.
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When the victim complied, they took off in the vehicle.
Police arrested the 14-year-old – who is from Southeast – on Jan. 2, charging him with armed robbery and unauthorized use of a vehicle.
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If you can help police in their investigation, call (202) 727-9099.