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OKC Police search for three men in carjacking

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OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) _ Police are still searching for three men who carjacked a woman in an Oklahoma City motel parking lot.

The robbery occurred around 10:30 PM Thursday.

Oklahoma City Police Captain Jeffrey Becker said two black males escaped in a two-door 1991 Acura Legend.

According to police, a woman was sitting in the Acura when three men in a Toyota Camry parked in front of her car.

Two of the men got out of the car, and one of them pointed a gun at the woman.

They then ordered the woman out of the car and attempted to take her purse.

When she yelled, her husband came outside from a motel room, and the armed man pointed the gun at him, too.

The two men got in the woman's car and drove away, while the other accomplice drove away in the Toyota.

The Acura's rear window has a sticker of a pit bull and the slogan, ``TEAMBULLY.COM.''

The car's Oklahoma tag number is 3-2-4-X-A-A.
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