SACRAMENTO - Two "Good Samaritans" pulled a 180 on a woman in Stockton and stole her car Thursday morning.
Stockton police say the woman was changing a front tire on her 1996 white Honda Accord on the 9400 block of N. West Lane when two young men drove up and offered to help her.
When the flat was fixed, the woman went to her front passenger door to get some cash to thank the pair for their aid. But then, police said one of the men grabbed the woman's car keys from her, got in the front seat and drove off southbound in the northbound lanes of N. West Lane. The time was 8:57 a.m.
The other individual followed in a 1990s, red, four-door Acura with dark tinted rear windows and lighter tinted front windows.
The woman wasn't hurt.
The carjacker who took the woman's car was described as Asian, 19 or 20 years old, 5 feet 4 inches tall with a husky build. He was mostly bald but with a "circular hair spot" on the top of his head. There were colored tattoos on his arms. He wore gold frame, oval lens glasses, a white shirt and black slacks or khakis, and blue-colored contact lenses.
The second individual was described as Asian, 19 to 20 years old, 5 feet 3 inches tall and thin. He had a short "fade" haircut, colored tattoos on his arms and wore a white shirt and blue jeans.
Police continue to also be on the lookout for the woman's white Accord, California license place number 5UIF192.