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Riverside Police Attempting to Locate Carjacked Vehicle

Riverside Police Attempting to Locate Carjacked Vehicle

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RIVERSIDE, Calif. – Riverside Police officers are looking for a vehicle that was carjacked on Thursday morning.

At around 6:45 a.m., Riverside Police received the report of a carjacking that had just took place in the 3900 block of La Sierra Avenue. The victim told dispatchers than an unknown suspect took her vehicle by force then drove away. Detectives do not have a suspect descriptuon at this time.

The victim’s vehicle has still not been recovered. It is described as a very distinct 2001 Honda Civic 4-door, the color is green with red handprints, there are decals on the trunk and rear bumper, and it has a CA License plate of 4SFR075.

If anyone sees this car driving or parked, please immediately call 9-1-1 and reference Riverside Police Department file number 190003452. Please do not touch the car if located.

The suspect is described as a Black male adult between 25 – 30 years-old, about 6’1” tall, medium build, short beard, and last seen wearing a dark colored jacket or sweatshirt, dark pants, and dark beanie cap. The actual suspect is depicted in the attached still photo and a sketch artist was called in to develop a suspect rendering.

This investigation is still ongoing and no other details are available at this time. Anyone with information is urged to contact Detective Karla Beler at (951) 353-7138 or kbeler@riversideca.gov, or Detective Brandi Merrill at (951) 353-7120 or bmerrill@riversideca.gov.

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