Couple and their puppy carjacked at Miami gas station

 

A couple were carjacked at a Miami gas station early Tuesday, with the robbers demanding a puppy out of the car.

The carjackers pounced after a woman was walking back to the car from the convenience store.

The robbers ordered her to the ground, "pointed a gun and told me to drop everything," Laura Pinella told CBS4.

Alejandro Gonzalez said the robbers ordered him and a dog in the front seat out of the car before driving off in the 2008 Honda Civic.

The carjacking happened around 2 a.m. Tuesday at Flagler Street and 16th Avenue in Little Havana. The couple were not hurt.

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