A woman escaped what could have easily been an even more violent carjacking in Houston.

CAUGHT ON CAMERA

Survalience footage shows a dark blue Chevy Camero swiftly pulling into a gas station. The Camero drives up to a pump and promptly stops behind a UPS truck.

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Two unidentified males hop out of the vehicle. Strangely, the Camero then takes off and drives away into nearby traffic.

STRANGE BEHAVIOR

Another video captures the two males quickly walking past two vehicles that are pumping gas. A female witness nearby notices the strange behavior and suddenly notices something that startles her as she begins to move backward.

The two males walk straight up to a white Corvette who was at a gas pump. One male wait near the passenger side, while the other heads straight for the driver's side with what looks like an assault rifle in his hand.

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The suspect begins to try and open the driver's side door while pointing the gun at the window. At first, he is unable to open the door, but it suddenly begins to open.

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The suspect hops at the opportunity to swing open the driver's door when suddenly the driver begins to speed away. The victim stated that she panicked and hit the accelerator, speeding away from the suspects. At that moment the male suspect opens fire at the back window of the Corvette.

STUCK IN TRAFFIC

The Corvette immediately drives towards an exit, but it doesn't stop there. Horrifically, the victim in the Corvette gets stuck in traffic. The two suspects begin to flee but suddenly one man jumps right over a huge bush and starts heading towards the Corvette.

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Luckily, in a split second, they leave it alone and head in another direction. 

  • The first suspect is described as a Hispanic man who is between 16 to 25 years old and wearing dark clothing and armed with a gun.
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    Houston Police Department’s Robbery Division needs help identifying and locating the suspects. There is a cash reward of up to $5,000 for tips leading to their arrest. You can contact Crime Stoppers of Houston DIRECTLY if you have any information related to this investigation or by calling 713-222-TIPS (8477), submitting an online tip at www.crime-stoppers.org, or through the Crime Stoppers mobile app.

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