PITTSBURGH (AP) - Pittsburgh police are looking for a man who carjacked a woman in broad daylight as she exited a bakery, before forcing her to withdraw money from an automatic teller machine.
Police say the incident happened Saturday about 1 p.m. outside Schorr’s Bakery on the city’s North Side.
Police say the suspect - who remained at-large on Monday - jumped into the back seat and ordered the woman to drive away at gunpoint after she exited the bakery.
The suspect took over driving after forcing the woman to make the ATM withdrawal, then blindfolded her before driving around and dropping her off.
Police say the woman asked two passersby for help as the man drove away. Officers later found the car and were processing it for clues.
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