Two Unrelated Carjackings In Beaverton
September 7, 2012, 7:38 am
Two unrelated carjackings in Beaverton overnight. The first came just after midnight on SW Millikan Way as the victim left work. He says a black man pointed a gun at him and demanded the keys. The carjacker took off in the Lexus but was arrested a half hour later along with a second man.
The second carjacking happened around 2:45 when a man with a knife got into a woman's car as she stopped for a stop sign at NW 113th and Cornell. He told her to drive and physically assaulted her. She was able to get her keys from the ignition and run home where she called police. The suspect is described as a white man with a mustache, wearing dark jeans, dark shirt and dirty shoes. He is also described as very dirty with a strong body odor and is possibly a transient.