Police appeal as woman car-jacked at supermarket

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Police appeal as woman car-jacked at supermarket Police appeal as woman car-jacked at supermarket

A terrified woman was grabbed in a supermarket car park by two robbers who then took her keys and drove off in her car.

The car-jacking happened at Tesco in Great Horton Road, Bradford. The two men approached the woman and demanded the keys to her white Seat Leon.

When she refused, one of the men grabbed her arm while the other took the keys from her, before they drove off out of the car park towards the city centre on Monday at about 8.10pm.

Both were described as white, more than 6ft tall and slim. One was wearing a woolly hat, while the other was wearing a hooded coat.

Detective Inspector Richard Partis, of Bradford District CID, said: “The supermarket was still open and it is likely that someone will have seen the struggle, or perhaps they would have seen the vehicle leave the car park and drive off towards the city centre.

“I am appealing to anyone with information to contact Det Con Andy Garland at Bradford District CID on 101.”


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