Carmel police seek 2 suspects accused of armed robbery, pistol whipping victim 


Carmel police are seeking two suspects accused of pistol whipping a woman and stealing cash from her car.

The victim told police she started her car with a wireless key fob to warm it up in her driveway at approximately 7:30 a.m. Dec. 17. She said when she exited the home in the 11400 of Green Street to get in her car she was approached by a Black male dressed in all black and carrying a gun. She noticed a second Black male rummaging through her car.

Police said the suspects stole cash from the center console of the car and pistol whipped the woman two or three times before fleeing southbound on Green Street in a white car.

The victim was transported to the hospital for treatment of her injuries.

The victim described the suspect who was carrying a gun as 5’8”, early 30s, average build, wearing a black coat and pants and a full-face black ski mask. The other suspect is described as 6’0”, mid- to late 20s, skinny, wearing an orange or red coat and an orange knit hat.

Carmel police are asking residents who live in the area to check their camera systems for potential video evidence. Contact Det. Scott Long at 317-571-2500 or [email protected] to provide information.


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