Two suspects arrested in West Palm Beach carjacking

Second carjacking in 2 days
Posted at 7:36 AM, Dec 16, 2016

For the second time in two days, West Palm Beach police have made arrests in connection with armed carjackings. 

On Thursday night, officers responded along the 2100 block of Brandywine Rd. for a carjacking around 9:15 p.m.

Two victims said when they got out of their car they were approached by men that were carrying handguns who demanded their vehicle.

Police said the victims complied, and the gunmen fled in the car.

As officers were driving toward the scene, an officer spotted the carjacked vehicle and pursued it to Blue Heron Boulevard where both men were arrested without incident.

The suspects were identified as Reginald Rejus, 19, and a juvenile.

Police said the suspects in this case are not believed to be associated with 14-year-old who was arrested in a carjacking Wednesday night on South Dixie Highway.