POWDER SPRINGS, Ga. — Two teenagers are in police custody after they allegedly carjacked a sufferer’s car Sunday afternoon.
Powder Springs police stated on Sunday at 1 p.m., FLOCK alerted officers to a carjacked car that authorities had tracked as driving into town.
Officers discovered that earlier that day, a sufferer was held at gunpoint in DeKalb County by two suspects.
Authorities stated Cobb County officers discovered the car within the Defoors Farm neighborhood off of Hiram Lithia Springs Street.
Powder Springs police started to extend patrol within the space of C.H. James Parkway.
Powder Springs officers stated once they discovered the car nobody was inside.
Quickly after, two suspects had been seen on surveillance video leaving a house and going again to the car.
When officers approached the suspects, they started to run. Police in the end caught as much as each suspects, who reportedly had weapons on them.
Authorities stated one of many suspects additionally nonetheless had the masks he used within the carjacking.
Police later discovered the suspects are each 15 years previous, with one claiming to reside in Defoors Farm.
“I’m undecided why so many people are bringing their carjacked automobiles by Powder Springs, however you’d assume they’d have heard by now… we don’t play,” the division wrote in a publish on social media.
Each teenagers had been charged and transported to the Cobb County Youth Detention Heart. They had been additionally charged by DeKalb police for the carjacking.
Their identities weren’t launched.