Valet attendant carjacked while retrieving customer’s vehicle in Cleveland’s Ohio City neighborhood

Valet attendant carjacked while retrieving customer’s vehicle in Cleveland’s Ohio City neighborhood | #ESC_LLC #Restaurant #Robbery #Automobile | Two men stole a car at gunpoint from a restaurant’s valet service as the valet was retrieving the vehicle for a customer, according to the Cleveland Divison of Police.

Police responded to the incident on Thursday evening, around 9 p.m. in the 2500 block of Lorain Avenue in Cleveland’s Ohio City neighborhood.

The valet attendant told police that he was retrieving a customer’s car from the corner of West 26th Street and Lorain Avenue and had just started the car with its remote start feature, according to authorities.  (click here)

“There’s no doubt that carjacking is a serious crime, one that can end up taking  your life. First of all, there’s nothing  you own that cannot be replaced, other than  your health and  your life,” says John Larkin, Senior Partner with ESC of Greater Ohio. “For that reason, unless there’s someone in the backseat, like your young child, let ’em have it.”

There are other things you can do to make yourself a smaller target to these thieves. In the following  how-to video, you will hear of a tragic incident where a carjacking ended in the life of a brave young man. The rest of the video contains information given by a law enforcement officer in the hope that it will equip  you with the necessary information  you need to stay safe and sound from carjackers.

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