New Orleans police are searching for a man they believe is connected to a recent armed robbery in Gentilly.
According to NOPD, the victim was taking groceries out of her car near Verbena and Lotus streets on Saturday when a man approached from behind, pointing a gun at her and demanding her keys.
A second person grabbed her by the shirt, also demanding the keys.
The woman handed them over and the two assailants got in the car, picking up a third person as they fled down Lotus Street before turning onto Gladiolus Street.
Of the three attackers, police have a sketch of one, describing him as a 17- to 22-year-old black man, about 5-foot-9 and 120 pounds with dark skin. He has had mid-length dreadlocks and was wearing a red bandana, red T-shirt and blue jeans and brandished a dark-colored handgun.
Of the other two involved in the car-jacking, police only have a description of one. He’s a 5-7 black man with brown skin and a low hair cut. He was wearing a white T-shirt and blue jeans.