A UPS driver in Maryland had his car stolen at gunpoint, and the truck was stolen in broad daylight
Doorbell video captured the moment a UPS driver was cornered and kidnapped at gunpoint in a Maryland neighborhood in broad daylight.
Prince George’s County police responded to the Glenarden Housing Project around 2 p.m. Thursday, after a frantic UPS driver made a 911 call following the horrific crash.
“They just pulled a gun on me,” the UPS driver is heard saying in the Ring Doorbell video footage, obtained by FOX 5.
The footage shows a group of thieves surrounding the driver before they board the large brown truck.
The neighbor who shared this video with FOX 5 says he initially thought there was a couple fighting outside, and was shocked to learn there had been a carjacking.
“It’s very rude, in the middle of the day. Most houses have cameras, so to do this in front of everyone’s house that has front-view cameras, it’s a bit concerning,” the neighbor said.
“You hope things get a little better. Maybe it’s the climate, but it’s unfortunate that you have to be vigilant and watch your back.”
The neighbor told FOX 5 that a UPS truck was found abandoned not far from where it was stolen.
Police said the victim was not injured, and no arrests have been made yet.
UPS did not immediately respond to Fox News Digital’s request for comment.