Canton Police: Missing teen injured in armed carjacking has been found | News
CANTON, OH (WOIO)- A missing teen injured in a carjacking has been found and taken to the hospital.
There is no word on the teen's condition at this time.
Police tell 19 Action News three Canal Fulton teens were robbed by three men in the 1100 block of Cleveland Avenue NW around 2:30 a.m. Friday. Two of the suspects were armed with guns.
According to police, one of the teenage victims was pistol-whipped until he lost consciousness and dumped in a parking lot.
The armed gunmen then forced the other two teens to drive them to an ATM and withdraw cash. The gunmen then released the teens on Trump and Georgetown Street NE. The teens sought help from a nearby home.
Once on the scene, officers were unable to find the injured teen left lying in the parking lot. He was finally found hours later, although police have not confirmed where.
Police are still looking for the vehicle taken in the carjacking robbery. The vehicle is described as a gray, 1999 Buick Century four-door with an Ohio license plate CCU6432.
Anyone with any information is urged to call the Canton Police Detective Bureau at 330-489-3144 or send anonymous Tip411 message.
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