The woman was asleep in a parked car, and when she woke up, she was gone

The woman complained that dozed off in his car, and on awakening found that it is not.

Police in new Jersey said that the thief likely pulled a sleeping 80-year-old woman out of her parked car and then stole a car and left the woman in the driveway. Then he threw the car in another city.

The police officers of Hamilton said that an elderly woman told them that she had fallen asleep in her parked car in the driveway near the house at about 21:00 Wednesday, but when I woke up at 4:00 on Thursday, found that her car’s gone. The police said that an elderly woman could not remember what happened. In addition, it found a bruise and abrasion on my face.

Authorities found an empty car on Thursday afternoon in Trenton. Arrests have not yet been done.

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Hamilton NJ Police (@Hamilton_Police) August 29, 2019

Here is what was written in the post shared by police of a Hamilton:

August 29, 2019, at approximately 4:10 Hamilton police responded to a call at Fairlawn Avenue, received a message about car theft. Upon arrival officers learned that 80-year-old woman fell asleep in his car parked in the driveway at around 21:00. She woke up after 4:00 lying on the road, and her car was not. The victim said he did not remember what happened or who took her vehicle.

The victim had a fresh bruise and abrasion on her face, but she refused medical aid in respect of them. The car was later found empty in Trenton. We are currently investigating this crime. The arrests were not carried out.

Anyone with information about this incident is asked to contact police detective Thomas Lagstrom number 609-581-4027. Citizens of interest to the police with information can also leave a message on the Hamilton Police Crime Tip Hotline – 609-581-4008.