Shocking moment, a football referee is shot at gunpoint on his own driveway after being followed home after the game
- A man was dragged out of his car at his driveway in Houston, Texas
- Police say the victim was followed home after a football match referee
- Video shows a group of men attacking him before he drives off in his car
- The car was later seen on a license plate camera in nearby Sugar Land
- A 17-year-old girl has been accused of unauthorized use of a vehicle
- The suspect carjackers, who still roam freely, are confronted with accusations of aggravation of theft with a deadly weapon
Shocking images from security cameras have captured the moment a football referee was dragged at gunpoint from his vehicle by carjackers because police said he was being taken home by the crooks after a game.
The video shows the victim's driveway in Houston, Texas, before being approached by a man with a gun trying to force him out of his car.
As he is dragged to the ground by more attackers, one of the suspects points a gun at his head.
Two men are then seen driving away in his car, just 30 seconds after launching the attack.
Police say the victim was followed home after scoring a referee four miles away.
Attacker approaches the man and tries to force him out of the car on his driveway in Houston
& # 39; What you can see in the video but out of sight of the victim is that there is a vehicle that happened to be tracked, & # 39; told Detective Jeff Brieden with the HPD Robbery Division ABC13.
& # 39; They violently pull the victim out of his vehicle on the ground, and while that happens, they go through his pockets. & # 39;
An older model, light-colored Toyota Camry can be seen in the background of the images. A third attacker is seen stepping out of the car and joining the other suspects as they go through the victim's pockets.
Two of the suspects fled in the victim's car, while the others escaped in the Camry.
The attackers drag the victim to the ground and go through his pockets, while another suspect gets out of a car behind them
Two of the alleged attackers are caught on camera footage
All attackers are described by the victim as young black men, the Houston Chronicle reported.
A few days later, the stolen car was seen by the police on a license plate recognition camera in the nearby town of Sugar Land.
A short chase followed before the police could stop the car.
A 17-year-old driver, Tanazia Gray, was accused of unauthorized use of a vehicle.
Tanazia Gray, 17 (photo), was accused of unauthorized use of a vehicle
The police are still looking for the suspected carjackers, who are being charged with heavy theft with a deadly weapon.
The public is asked to help with any information that could lead to an arrest, and can receive a reward of up to $ 5,000 by calling 713-222-TIPS (8477) or submitting it online at www.crime-stoppers.org .
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