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Car Stolen During Carjacking in North Spokane Found

SPOKANE, Wash. – Spokane Police found a car believed to have been stolen during a carjacking at a McDonald's drive-thru Monday morning.  However, the people who stole it are still at large.

The car was found Tuesday in an abandoned lot, said officers.  Investigators planned to spend Wednesday looking through the vehicle for evidence.

The men were waiting in a white car at the McDonald's drive-thru at Monroe and Indiana in north Spokane just before 3 a.m. Monday morning.  A Mitsubishi occupied by two other men pulled in behind that white car.  There was loud music coming from the Mitsubishi, and one of the men in the other car yelled to turn the music down.  According to police, the two men then got out of the white car and confronted the people in the Mitsubishi.  One man pulled out a handgun, and the victims went back to their car, only to be ordered out again.  The suspects then stole the Mitsubishi and left the drive-thru.

Police describe the two suspects as large, bald white males.  They are considered armed and dangerous.  Anyone with information should call crime check at (509) 456-2233.

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