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(KSL News) A man says a stranger yanked him out of his truck overnight in Salt Lake.
Police say a man pulled the driver out of his vehicle in the area of 300 West and 400 South, then got inside and drove off.
Officers say the driver's door was unlocked when he was carjacked.
Lt. Craig Gleason of the Salt Lake City Police Department warned, "These things happen. It's just like locking the door to your house. Lock you car doors because you never know who's going to try your door handle."
Police later spotted the stolen truck and arrested a suspect in the carjacking. He told police he took his friend's truck to fill it with gas.