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Watch Alleged Carjackers Notice They Can’t Pressure Stick

Two youngsters who allegedly attempted to thieve a automotive at a gasoline station in Germantown, Maryland, on Saturday have been pressured to escape on foot as a result of they couldn’t pressure a stick shift.

Surveillance photos presentations the teenagers, elderly 16 and 17, yanking the driving force from automobile, then coming into the entrance seats. As they puzzle over the controls, the auto stays immobile for roughly 20 seconds. Then they get out and run off.

“Not able to pressure a handbook transmission, the juveniles exited the automobile and left the scene on foot,” Bernard Law Montgomery County police mentioned in a remark.

Law enforcement officials noticed the suspects within sight and stuck them following a brief chase.

The teens have been charged as adults with one depend of carjacking and one depend of conspiracy carjacking. They have been jailed with out bond.

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