Carjacking in Rural Medford, Three Suspects Steal 2015 Black Nissan Rogue; Crime Caught on Store Cameras
MEDFORD, NJ (October 26, 2022)(CNBNewsnet)-Medford Township Police released a report on the crime via their Facebook page.
Saturday, October 22, 2022, at approximately 1430 hours, the Medford Township Police Department responded to a report of a stolen motor vehicle at the Wawa (257 Rt 70, Medford, NJ).
The three suspects, dressed in dark clothing, approached the victim while she was waiting at the air pump in the rear of the building. One of the three male suspects, described to be approximately 140 pounds in his late teens to early twenties, physically removed the victim from her vehicle, leaving the victim uninjured. The suspect was later observed operating her 2015 Black Nissan Rogue towards Eayrestown Road.
Security video of the incident showed the three suspects exit the parking lot with no additional victims reported. This incident is currently being investigated by multiple Law Enforcement agencies. Please contact the Medford Township Police Department if you have any further information.
Wednesday, radio host Dennis Malloy of NewJersey1015.com shared his idea on how incidents like the one described could be reduced or even stopped.
Maybe if we could defend ourselves by legally carrying a firearm, this would come to a quick stop if these creeps know that even anyone they now see as a potential victim could be packing heat.
If just one of these scumbags got a belly full of lead, you'd see this nonsense come to a quick halt.
That was somebody's mom who got ripped out of her car while waiting to put air in her tires at a Wawa.