No further development in attempted Hoboken carjacking
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HOBOKEN -- Police are investigating an attempted carjacking at gunpoint in the Maxwell Place development that took place the night of Dec. 2, police said this week.

A victim and a witness were visibly shaken up when they were found by Hoboken police, according to a police spokesman.

One of the victims, who is a personal trainer, was placing gym apparatus in his Jeep with a client when a man (approx. 5’11”, 180 lbs, facial hair, African-American) came up behind them and allegedly said, “Give me your keys; I have a gun,” according to a police report.

The witness spotted a black handgun and ran, yelling to call 911. The victim also ran and then locked his truck remotely. The carjacker ran toward a garage, according to the victim.

The detective on the case has not yet been able to sit down with the victim, a police spokesman said on Thursday.

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