Atlanta, Georgia 2020-10-16 19:50:51 –
Duluth, Georgia (CW69 News at 10) – A woman is traveling with her child during a carjacking at an Exxon gas station on 1350 Boggs Road in Duluth in August, according to a statement from the Gwinnett County Police Department (GCPD). I jumped out of my car. 18.18.
GCPD is currently identifying the suspect as Quinten Rogers, 42. The detective received a warrant that Rogers had hijacked the car and two kidnappings. Rogers is encouraged to leave himself to the police.
The victim called 911 and told police that he stopped on his way home and bought fast food. After buying food, she stopped at a gas station to park and eat. Victims can watch a one-year-old child eating food in the trunk area of the car while sleeping in the car.
As the victim is eating, he sees a man walking down the road to the gas station. When he sees the victim, he turns around and walks to her. He visibly surprised her as he walked behind her. The suspect reached for what the victim believed was a gun and hit his face many times.
The suspect told the victim to take the backseat of the car with the baby when he got to the driver’s seat. Surveillance video shows vehicles leaving the scene with the two car doors wide open.
The man demanded money from her while driving a car with the victim and the baby. He also told her he was going to suffocate and kill her. Fearing his life, the victim grabbed the baby’s child seat with the child on it and jumped out of the car. The suspect continued to drive when she jumped out of the car. The victim was treated for being injured in the fall when police arrived. Her child was not injured, but the child seat was damaged.
The victim’s car was left behind on the Duluth city border the next day. The suspect in this case is described as a black man between the ages of 35 and 40. He is about 6’0 tall and seems to be 200 pounds thin. He is wearing blue shorts and a black shirt and seems to have long hair. The victim had never met the suspect and he appeared to be targeting her randomly.
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In this case, if anyone has information to share, please contact the GCPD detective at 770-513-5300. To remain anonymous, Tarekomi must contact the crime stopper at 404-577-TIPS (8477) or visit www.stopcrimeATL.com. Crime stopper tipsters can in this case receive cash rewards for information that could lead to arrests and prosecutions. Case number: 20-061554