A 74-year-old woman in Queens, New York was driving down the road when her SUV was rear-ended by another vehicle.
When the woman got out of her car to exchange information with the person driving the other car, the male driver prevented her from reading the license plate and was aggressive towards her. CBS New York reported that the man then took off in the woman's car in what is known as a "bump and run." A female passenger left the scene in the suspect's car.
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"When Castromonte got out and tried to exchange information with the male driver, police said he became aggressive and wouldn't let her write down his information.
That's when police said another woman, who was a passenger inside the white car, got out and walked around to the driver's seat of the car."
Police are still on the lookout for the two suspects, but they have found the elderly woman's vehicle. Hopefully they can find the suspects soon since they committed multiple crimes.