Woman screams as thieves steal her car after she pulls into driveway

Carjacking victim screams as she’s assaulted by knife-wielding men

Shocking CCTV shows the moment two thieves stole a woman’s car at knife-point shortly after she pulled up on her driveway.

In the footage, the victim can be seen getting out of her white VW Golf R in Polesworth, Warwickshire at 8.19pm on March 5.

She is then accosted by two men, one of whom has a knife, with the pair grabbing her as she struggles to escape.

The woman then screams as she tries to outrun the attackers, but one of them sprints after her, shouting: ‘Give us the f**king keys’.

She then be heard off-camera saying, ‘let me get the house key, give me the f**king house key’, before the two men make off with her vehicle.

The thieves have not been caught and Warwickshire Police have since launched an appeal for information about the crime.

In a statement, the victim said she is ‘okay’ but ‘just gutted’ the men could get away with attacking her.

She continued: ‘They are absolute scum. I just want them caught now so this doesn’t keep happening to people.’

One of the men is described as being around 5ft 9 tall, of slim build, and was reportedly wearing a black top with a white zip and the hood up, black bottoms, dark trainers, gloves and a black scarf covering his face.

He is also said to have been carrying a bag.

The second man was also wearing a black tracksuit top with the hood up, black bottoms, dark trainers with a fluorescent stripe and tongue, gloves and a dark scarf around his face.

Officers say both men may have been travelling in convoy with a second vehicle, possibly a dark coloured Subaru Forester.

A spokesperson for Warwickshire Police said: ‘Enquiries into the incident are currently ongoing and officers are keen to speak to anyone who was in the area, who witnessed the incident, has dashcam footage or saw anyone acting suspiciously at the time.

‘Anyone with information can call DC Charlotte Naughton on 101 or the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 quoting incident 339 of March 5.’