Police search for two who men stole car at gunpoint in Aurora Sunday night

Posted at 8:25 AM, Aug 01, 2016
and last updated 2016-08-01 11:17:32-04

Police searched from late Sunday night through Monday morning for two men who used a pistol to steal a vehicle in an Aurora neighborhood.

The men made off with a car around 9:30 p.m. at 16181 E. Vassar Avenue which is near East Yale Avenue and South Buckley Road.

A juvenile and another man were in the brown or beige Chevrolet Impala when the two men threatened them with a gun.

The men then stole the car. Although police don't have images to release yet, they say the Colorado car had the plate number EQG-709.

The vehicle has a dent on the driver's side, according to the Aurora Police Department.

The  two victims were not injured in the carjacking.

Police were looking for two Hispanic males.

One suspect is between  20-and 30-years-old,  5-feet-10, weighs between 230 and 250 pounds and has black hair. He was wearing a black shirt, blue jeans and was armed with a semi-automatic handgun.

"The second is described as a Hispanic male wearing a white t-shirt and possibly associated with a "beat up" small black sedan," according to a Facebook post from police.

The police department warns you should not approach the vehicle or suspects because they are armed and dangerous. 

If you see them you are asked to call 911.


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