Man carjacked at gunpoint in front of South Seattle home


The woman now faces charges after alleged threats.

SEATTLE - Police are looking for two men who carjacked a man at gunpoint early Saturday morning.


According to police, a man and his companion were getting out of a vehicle in front of his home in the 4500 block of South Willow Street before 5 a.m.


Police said two men approached the man and demanded his vehicle.


The man ran towards his house after one of the two men pointed a gun at him.


Police said three shots were fired at the man, but he was not hit.


The two men got into the victim’s car and fled westbound on South Willow Street.


 Officers responded to the scene and searched the area for the two men, but they remain at large.


The victim and his friend were not injured.


Police described one of the two men as black, in his 20s to 30s, wearing a black and red jacket and a baseball hat. A description of the other man is not available at this time.


The victim’s car is a light blue 1995 4-door Cadillac Deville with large rims.


Anyone with information about the incident is urged to call 911 or the Seattle Police Department.