A person had their vehicle and phone stolen in a morning carjacking on Sunday outside Giant on Duke Street.
According to Amanda Paga, Public Information Officer for the Alexandria Police Department, the carjacking took place on Sunday around 7 a.m. on the 3000 block of Duke Street, where Giant is located.
Paga said the victim was loading groceries when they were approached by two suspects who brandished handguns. They took the victim’s phone and stole the vehicle.
Paga said no description of the suspects is available at this time.
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