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GPS Leads Police To Carjack/Robbery Victim’s Car In Livermore Thursday; Thief Still At Large

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From the Pleasanton Police Department:

On Thursday, April 5, 2018 around 11:30 a.m., a man visited a bank on Stoneridge Mall Road. After the victim made a withdrawal from the ATM he walked back to his vehicle and was approached from behind a suspect. The suspect threatened the victim and demanded property including the victim’s car keys. The victim complied and the suspect fled in the victim’s vehicle.

The suspect was described as a white male adult, approximately 5’11” tall and 185 pounds. He was reportedly wearing grey sweatpants and a black long sleeve turtle neck.
Responding officers met with the victim and learned that his vehicle was equipped with GPS technology. The vehicle was tracked to a neighborhood in the City of Livermore. Officers from the Livermore Police Department and Pleasanton Police Department responded to that location and found the vehicle unoccupied. An exhaustive search was completed but the suspect was not located and remains at large.

Anyone who witnessed the crime or has any information related to this incident in encouraged to contact Detective Repetto at (925) 931-5100. Please reference case # 18-13328.

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  1. I bet you anything that this crook was out on parole, along with all the others now that should really still be in jail.

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