Uber Driver Carjacked by Armed Men in North Bethesda

Police searching for black, four-door Honda Civic taken in Friday evening incident

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Montgomery County police announced Friday night that four men, two armed with handguns, carjacked an Uber driver in North Bethesda at approximately 5:17 p.m.

The 30-year-old Uber driver picked up four black men in the area of Tildenwood Drive and Montrose Road Friday night. Shortly after, the men asked the driver to pull over because they wanted to change their destination, according to Montgomery County police. As the driver stopped, the front seat passenger brandished a firearm and demanded the driver exit the vehicle and empty his pockets. The suspects took the victim’s wallet and phone then fled the scene, police said in a press release.

The driver flagged down a passing motorist at Seven Locks Road and Tuckerman Lane and called police.

Police are searching for a black, four-door Honda Civic with Maryland plates 6CP2924. The vehicle had not been located as of Monday morning.
Anyone with information about the carjacking is encouraged to call police at (240) 773-5070.


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