Suspects on The Loose After Armed Carjacking in North Spokane - Spokane, North Idaho News & Weather KHQ.com

Suspects on The Loose After Armed Carjacking in North Spokane

SPOKANE, Wash.- Spokane police officers are looking for two men wanted in connection with an armed carjacking in north Spokane. It happened just before 3:00am Monday morning in the Drive-Thru of McDonald's at Monroe and Indiana.

Police say the suspects were in the Drive-Thru lane in a white 4-door passenger car waiting to order. The two victims pulled up in a gray 2002 Mitsubishi Lancer. Police say they were playing loud music in the Drive-Thru behind the suspect's vehicle. The suspects yelled at them to turn down their music.

The victims in the Lancer got out of the car and confronted the suspects. Then the suspects got out of their vehicle and one pulled out a handgun. The victims got back in their car, but the suspects kept approaching.

The suspect with the handgun ordered the two out of their Lancer at gunpoint, so they got out of the vehicle again. The armed suspect got behind the wheel of the Lancer then followed the suspect vehicle out of the McDonald's Drive-Thru, heading southbound on Monroe. Spokane Police searched the area, but weren't able to find either car.

The Lancer's license plate is 318-TDF. The victims weren't able to get the suspect's license plate. The suspects are described as two large white males with bald heads.

Police say that if anyone has any information they should call 911 immediately. They ask that you not approach either suspect because both are considered armed and dangerous.

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