Two Girls Arrested For killing A 66 Year Old Uber Eat Driver.
Two Girls aged 13 and 15 have been arrested in America D.C for allegedly killing a 66 year old veteran Uber Eat driver, and are facing felony murder charges after being recorded in an alleged carjacking goes wrong.
On hearing, the recorder was heard shouting they are thief, they are trying to steal the car. Before then, they accelerate the car down the Street until the car clashed with a block away
Victim Mohammed Anwar a Pakistani-American immigrant was killed when he tried to stop the attempted carjacking of His car which He uses to deliver Food fo Uber Eat.
The Two suspects were quickly seized by some U.S National Guard Troops as they climbed off the overturned vehicle, and were quite soon arrested by the Police at the scene.
Carjacking in D.C moved 350% this year over the same time last year.
Anwar moved to U.S to make a better life for his family ,says the Niece
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