Police in Camden are investigating two armed carjackings that have occurred in the city in the past few days.
Four men charged in the fatal carjacking of a young lawyer outside an upscale New Jersey mall pleaded not guilty Wednesday to felony murder and other charges.
Prosecutors have identified the victim in a fatal carjacking outside an upscale New Jersey shopping mall.
A carjacking in Philadelphia ended with a police chase and gunfire early Friday morning.
Police are searching for the gunman who shot a taxi cab driver and then fled in the cab early Saturday morning in North Philadelphia.
A 22-year-old female allegedly took a black Cadillac Escalade with a 10-month-old infant and a 14-year-old female inside the vehicle.
The Camden County Police Department is searching for three suspects who carjacked a man from Haddonfield who came into Camden to sell marijuana on Tuesday.
A suspect is facing kidnapping charges after police say he carjacked an ambulance at gunpoint with a patient inside.
On Thursday, September 19th at approximately 8:25 p.m. Radnor Police received a phone call from the Radnor Crossing Apartments reporting an armed-robbery carjacking.
Lt. Chris Flanagan of Radnor Township police said a suspect forced a woman out of her vehicle Tuesday around 7:30 p.m. at the Villanova University train station along Route 320.
The carjacking was reported at about 1:30 p.m. at the 200 block of Mill Street in Darby.
Police say a priest was carjacked in front of a Wilmington church Wednesday morning.
Two suspects were shot by police and two remain on the loose after Philadelphia police officers foiled a carjacking early Monday morning.
A former Temple University All-American running back who helped lead the Baltimore Ravens to a Super Bowl title now finds himself a victim of crime, according to CBS 3 sources.
As a Radnor family recovers following Monday night’s rare armed carjacking and robbery after purchasing several thousand dollars worth of merchandise from a Lancaster Avenue computer store, Radnor Police say they are following up on a number of tip calls they received.