Police: Suspect sought after carjacking in Greenville - FOX Carolina 21

Police: Suspect sought after carjacking in Greenville

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Perimeter set up near the Stop-N-Go convenience store. (9/9/17 FOX Carolina) Perimeter set up near the Stop-N-Go convenience store. (9/9/17 FOX Carolina)
GREENVILLE, SC (FOX Carolina) -

The Greenville City Police have set up a perimeter near the Stop-N-Go convenience store after a reported carjacking nearby, per dispatch.

Dispatchers say the call came in at 10:22 a.m. about a possible carjacking on the 100 block of Mt. Zion Avenue.

According to police, the suspect and victim know one another. Police said the victim and suspect had an argument about a ride, and the suspect took the victim's car keys, drove the car to Stop-N-Go on E. North Street and dumped it there.

Police are set up at the Stop-N-Go on East North Street as they continue to investigate. The suspect has not been arrested at this time, but the victim now has his car back.

FOX Carolina is there, working to gather more information.

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