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Police: Woman Carjacked at Hamilton Park Apartments

The victim was held at gunpoint and ordered to drive to the Snowball Gate section of Levittown early New Year's Day.

Middletown police are on the lookout for a carjacking suspect who allegedly held a woman at gunpoint early New Year's Day and forced her to drive to the Snowball Gate section of Levittown, according to a report.

Police say that at approximately 4:40 a.m. Jan. 1, the victim dropped off two co-workers at Hamilton Park Apartments on Veterans Hwy. While exiting the complex in her white 2013 Toyota Camry sedan, a white male, approximately 30-years-old with a scruffy facial hair and an orange hat opened the front passenger side door and pointed a black handgun at her. The victim told police that he was riding a bicycle, which was left at the apartment complex.

Police say that the suspect ordered the victim to drive to the Snowball Gate section of Levittown, took her money and cell phone and told her to get out.

The victim tried banging on the doors of a few homes, then ran to the Great American Diner and called the police.

Anyone with additional information is asked to contact Middletown Twp. Detective Division at (215) 750-3845 or through Bucks County Communications at (215) 949-1000.
Laurie January 06, 2014 at 11:52 PM
I find it disgusting that nobody in the Snowball Gate section opened their door to help this woman out!!! The Great American Diner is not a quick hike especially when you've just been car-jacked, and you have no idea if the suspect is still in the area. Shame on you people!!! I lived in Snowball for about 5 years, and met no-one but a bunch of snobs. I, too, needed help one day, ran to my nearest neighbor, and he peeked out his window and locked his door. I'm a 51 year old, 5'1", 105 lb. woman who needed nothing more than to use a phone! What did this brawny man think I was going to do to him????

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