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Monday, 01 July 2013 12:08

Elderly man carjacked in Festus

UPDATE 5:37 PM

Police have named a suspect is the armed carjacking of an elderly man in Festus.

Police say 18-year-old Seth Thompson remains on the loose. Thompson allegedly stole a silver 2008 Ford Focus from the 75-year-old victim around 5 AM on Monday. Thompson, who is from Texas, was last seen driving the car south on 61.

Anyone with information on the carjacking is asked to contact the Festus Police Department at 636-937-3646.

 

Festus police say a suspect remains at large after carjacking an elderly man outside of Walmart this morning.

The incident happened just before 5 AM near South 61/67 and Highway A. The victim, a 75-year-old man, said the suspect stole the car at gunpoint. The suspect was last seen driving the stolen silver 2008 Ford Focus with the Missouri plate M-C-5-L-2-G. The car was traveling south on 61.

Anyone with information on the carjacking is asked to contact the Festus Police Department at 636-937-3646.

 

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