POMPANO BEACH, FL — A Pompano Beach High School custodian was carjacked at gunpoint by two unidentified suspects Thursday morning, according to the Miami Herald.
The two men, one wearing a ski mask and the other donning a skully cap, hid behind a fence and waited for the custodian to approach his vehicle, the story stated.
As soon as the custodian approached his sliver 2007 Chevrolet Silverado with a license plate reading RHN078, the two men held him at gunpoint and demanded his keys, the story noted.
After the armed robbery, which occurred around 6 a.m., police sent out a bulletin to be on the lookout for the vehicle, noting the "Save the Turtles" insignia on the license plate, the story added.
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