No good deed goes unpunished.
A Good Samaritan who stopped her car to help four car accident victims never expected the ‘victims’ would carjack her vehicle.
The incident happened in early-July, according to a report by Newser.com, when the 34-year-old woman saw a group of people in their early 20s who’d crashed their vehicle. When she pulled over, three young men hopped out of that car and stole hers.
A fourth person who was involved in the crash, who has been identified as a young, unresponsive woman with a head wound, was carried into the Good Samaritan’s vehicle before the men took off.
Volusa County Sheriff’s Office deputies say the vehicle that was involved in the wreck had been reported stolen.
The identities of the carjackers and the unresponsive female are not yet known.
The suspects have been described as African American males in their teens or early 20s. Their female passenger is believed to be around that same age.
Original article: Woman’s car stolen by crash victims she stopped to help
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