Crime Wave Reaches Heartland – Shocking Video Shows Carjackers At Work

A Mississippi family suffered trauma when carjackers opened fire on them as they attempted to take their car, all the while keeping their small children inside.

WAPT was able to obtain security camera footage from Friday that shows two suspects approaching a family in their West Jackson driveway stealthily before opening fire.

With a gun in hand, the men approached the family’s black automobile, forcing Heather Allen and her adult son to run for shelter next to it.

The horrifying footage then shows one of the men taking the wheel and dragging Allen’s daughter out of the driver’s seat.

The second son of Allen, who was still inside the car, faced the suspect with a gun in his face.

Allen told the local station, “He rushes in the driver’s seat and aims a gun at my oldest boy’s face while I am standing outside looking in.”

Allen’s two small granddaughters were in the rear, but her son managed to escape.

When Allen’s daughter screamed, “My babies, my babies are in the car,” the doorbell camera captured the moment.

Allen heroically pulled her grandchildren from the backseat and threw the keys to the family’s other car at the suspects as they demanded the keys to the car.

The intruders took her automobile, but forty minutes later, they found it two streets from the house, largely undamaged.

According to the outlet, Jackson Police have seized the vehicle in order to examine it for evidence.

There have been no arrests.

Allen claims that the experience has traumatized her entire family.

“I am not taking a nap. My eldest son has extreme anxiety and even feels afraid. They are safe, but my daughter is shocked,” the grandma remarked.

She claimed that she had only been in the neighborhood for about three months and was ready to move on.

Allen remarked, “We cannot stay here anymore.”

Author: Scott Dowdy

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