Man carjacked outside of his Laurel home

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Laurel, MD- A Laurel man was carjacked after hearing his car alarm go off in front of his home. Hearing the alarm, he left his house to investigate, only to be confronted by two male suspects armed with handguns. The two men physically assaulted him, then took his keys and cell phone.

The suspects then entered his 2017 black Alfa Romeo Giulia. Fortunately, the victim did not sustain any serious injuries in the assault and carjacking.

According to police, the suspects were two black men in their late teens to early twenties. Both were wearing all-black clothing.

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