Car boot case husband and ex girlfriend held at gunpoint, tied & dragged away in stolen car. — KABC-TV9 (@KABC) March 27, 2017

Officers responding to a call of a vehicle break in in the 1500 block of South Lamar and found a man and a woman tied to a vehicle. Both had their wrists and legs shackled, the woman was bruised and the man was in the street suffering from gunshot wounds.

The man told police that he and his girlfriend drove to a home where they discovered several guns.

“They were having a hard time getting their things and decided to rob someone of them,” Lydon said.

Police believe the break-in took place 포커on Thursday night at about 6:40 p.m.

A man was driving along Lamar when the break-in happened, Lt. Ed Lydon said.

In an initial report released by the LPD, Lydon said investigators found the vehicle stolen from the residence where officers discovered the guns.

According to police, officers stopped the vehicle, found the woman and the man unbound. They had their hands tied behind their backs. Police attempted to remove the two women, and then they drove off with their guns in their hands.

While investigating, police received additional tips from members of the public who recognized the black Ford Mustang the pair was driving.강릉출장안마 Officers located and stopped the vehicle.

The driver told police he and his girlfriend were in the car for about 10 minutes until he got out.

Police said there are two men in the Ford Mustang and they fled in the vehicle.

The police spokesman, Sgt. David Harris, said the victim in the stolen car was taken to a hospital with injuries that weren’t life threatening. The woman was taken to another hospital and treated for her injuries.

The vehicle was recovered about a mile away about 1:30 p.m. on South Lamar.

It remains for investigators to determine how the couple got 퇴폐 마사지into the vehicle or what led them to it.

“We do believe they took advantage of somebody, maybe they were trying to steal some firearms or something,” Lydon said.

It’s unclear what their plans were for the weekend.