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Police investigate brazen daylight carjacking
SAN JOSE (KGO) -- San Jose police have released a surveillance tape of a brazen daylight carjacking last week.
Police say a man got into a 70-year-old woman's car and put a knife to her throat. The surveillance video shows the woman running out of her vehicle. She tried to flag down another car when the suspect nearly hit her while driving away.The woman suffered minor injuries. Police are asking residents for help in capturing the suspects, described as men in their 20's.
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