Police investigate a robbery and carjacking in St. Louis City

ST. LOUIS – Police have been investigating a series of robberies and auto thefts in St. Louis City since Monday afternoon in St. Louis City.

Authorities report at least three robberies in the following locations and times:

  • 1400 Block Benton Street (4:30 p.m. Monday)
  • Natural Bridge and Lambdin Avenue (10:10 p.m. Monday)
  • Block 5900 of Goodfellow Boulevard (Tuesday 12:30 a.m.)

Authorities report at least three carjackings or attempted carjackings at the following locations and times:

  • 6000 block Waterman Blvd (2:45 p.m. Monday)
  • 5600 block of Finkman Street (11:15 p.m. Monday)
  • 2700 Block of Utah Avenue (Tuesday 12:20 AM)

In all three carjacking attempts, the suspects either stopped with the vehicle, personal belongings, or both.

The Goodfellow Boulevard robbery victim was taken to a hospital for treatment, although her injuries do not appear to be life-threatening. Police say a group of suspects tried to steal a coat from the victim, a 19-year-old woman, before she was shot in the thigh. No other injuries were reported in the incidents.

Police say a stick-shift vehicle foiled the attempted carjacking on Finkman Street. However, three suspects fled in another vehicle with the victim’s keys to the car they were attempting to steal.

The St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department investigates each of these robberies and auto thefts. Investigators have not reported any suspicious links to the crimes.

If you have information regarding these incidents, contact STLMPD at 314-231-1212.

https://fox2now.com/news/missouri/police-investigate-spree-of-robberies-carjackings-in-st-louis-city/ Police investigate a robbery and carjacking in St. Louis City

Sarah Y. Kim

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