Northglenn carjacking suspect on the run after stabbing

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A suspect in a string of Northglenn carjackings is on the run. (Photo: Northglenn Police Department)

A suspect in a string of Northglenn carjackings is on the run. (Photo: Northglenn Police Department)

NORTHGLENN, Colo. — A man is on the run after reportedly attempting to carjack multiple cars and stabbing a man who caught him in the act, the Northglenn Police Department said.

An officer was dispatched to the Best Buy at 104 W. 104th Ave. after receiving a report of a felony menacing taking place.

The victim said he caught the man trying to steal another employee’s car in the lot.

When the victim confronted the suspect, the man pulled a knife and tried to stab him. The suspect then ran away as the victim chased him.

During the chase, the suspect tried breaking into several more vehicles and the victim gave up chasing him.

The man ran to the Northglenn Marketplace where he carjacked another vehicle, police said.

The suspect crashed into another car as he was trying to get away. The man then ran to a McDonald’s where he stole a truck, police said.

The man who initially called police suffered a minor injury from the stabbing and refused treatment.

The suspect is reported as a white or Hispanic man, approximately 6-foot and 150 pounds. He reportedly has a dark Mohawk and was wearing a black hoodie.

The suspect got away in a white 2015 Dodge pickup truck with a Colorado license plate QWM-516. “RMS Cranes” is written in red lettering on the truck’s doors and tailgate.

Anyone with information is asked to call police at 303-450-8859 or 303-450-8893.

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