Police: Woman carjacked on Peachtree Road in Buckhead

A woman told Atlanta police that two men, who were not identified, got out of their vehicle at a traffic light in northwest Atlanta and tried to get into her car. She drove away, but as she drove, shots were fired.

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A woman told Atlanta police that two men, who were not identified, got out of their vehicle at a traffic light in northwest Atlanta and tried to get into her car. She drove away, but as she drove, shots were fired.

Credit: Henri Hollis

A woman was carjacked while at a traffic light in Buckhead on Sunday morning, police said.

Officers were called to the 3000 block of Peachtree Road just before 8:30 a.m. and spoke to the woman who said she was in her Nissan Sentra, stopped at the traffic light at West Paces Ferry Road, when a dark-colored vehicle pulled up behind her, according to a news release.

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Credit: ArLuther Lee

Credit: ArLuther Lee

The woman told police that two men, who were not identified, got out of the vehicle and tried to get into her car on the passenger side, the news release states. She drove away, but as she drove, shots were fired.

The victim, who was not injured, got out of her car and ran to find safety, according to the release. The two suspects then jumped into her vehicle and fled.

Atlanta police robbery investigators were called to look into the incident. Police did not release any other details.

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