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Woman and Son Carjacked, Forced to Run Errands

Woman and Son Carjacked, Forced to Run Errands

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(KSL News) A woman and her 13-year-old son claim they were carjacked at knifepoint and forced to run a series of errands.

The woman called police at 7 a.m. saying she and her son were driving past Pioneer Park when two women approached their car and forced them into the backseat.

Woman and Son Carjacked, Forced to Run Errands

For the next few hours the women ran a series of errands, leaving the woman and her son alone in the car at each stop.

The woman finally took back control of the car and called for help.

Police are now investigating her claim.

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