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Two women carjacked outside strip club

CHARLOTTE, NC (WBTV) - Charlotte police are searching for three men who carjacked two women outside a west Charlotte strip club early Monday morning.

The incident happened in the parking lot of Club Nikki on Little Rock Road around 12:28 a.m.

According to the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department, Heather and Amber Stone were left in the back seat of a Chrysler 300T car while the driver, Charles Martin, went into a store.

A Nissan Altima pulled in beside the victims' vehicle and three men in the Nissan started talking with the women who left sitting in the Chrysler. 

A black male who was armed with a handgun got out of the Nissan.  He ordered the two women out of the Chrysler and drove away with the vehicle.  The women were not injured during the carjacking.

Police describe the stolen vehicle as a white 2006 Chrysler 300T with green racing stripe over the hood, roof and trunk.  The car has gull-wing doors, 24-inch rims and a NC tag WWV-8056.

Click the red camera icon to see CAM MAN Ron Lee's report which aired WBTV News This Morning.

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