Two men returned to a gas station where they had allegedly committed a carjacking earlier that day.
These men returned to the 7-Eleven in Silver Spring, Md., and were spotted by the woman who was in the car they stole. She was being interviewed by police at that time, according to The Washington Post.
Two hours previously, three men had approached that woman sitting in a 2014 Ford Focus outside the 7-Eleven while her friend who had driven the car was inside.
The woman told the police that one of the men had pushed her. Another man brandished a handgun, she said, and she fled the car.
But the hijackers apparently didn’t make it very far away. Police found the missing car about a half-mile away from the gas station about an hour-and-a-half after the jacking.
Police said the two men arrested are brothers and acknowledged committing the jacking. The third man is still out there and goes by the nickname “Freak.”