Four suspected carjack driver, 26, at knife point in broad daylight on a busy Brooklyn street
- A 26-year-old driver was hijacked in a car in Brooklyn by four suspects on Monday
- The driver was with another passenger when two men approached the car
- NYC Scoop says the two men held the victims at gunpoint, but police said they brandished a knife during the Clinton Hill, Brooklyn incident.
- The victims were seen getting out of the car as two more suspects approached and slid into the back seat of the car
- Police said all four suspects are still at large as of Tuesday afternoon
Shocking video shows the moment when four suspects carjacked a driver with a knife in broad daylight in New York City on Monday.
The driver, 26, was in a black Honda with a 26-year-old passenger at around 6:20 PM when they were approached by two men.
Surveillance images divided by the NYC Scoop Twitter page shows the two men standing at the passenger door in Clinton Hill.
Shocking video shows the moment when four suspects carjacked a driver in broad daylight in New York City on Monday. The driver, 26, was sitting in a black Honda (far left) with a 26-year-old passenger at around 6:20 PM when they were approached by two men
NYC Scoop wrote that the driver and passenger were being held at “gunpoint,” but according to the New York Post, one of the men flashed a knife.
They then demanded that the victims leave their phones and wallets and get out of the vehicle while pedestrians, motorcyclists and cars passed by as the incident unfolded.
As the victims got out of the vehicle, we see two other men crossing the street and approaching the vehicle.
At one point, one of the men is seen checking the driver’s pockets before getting behind the wheel. All four suspects left the scene in the vehicle.
New York City police said they still have not been detained on Tuesday afternoon.
A request from DailyMail.com for comment to the NYPD was not immediately answered.
One of the suspects is seen checking the pockets of the disk (shown in red)