In America, such stories do not happen rarely, but this does not cease to be less interesting. Detroit police showed video of an unsuccessful attempt to take away the Acura TSX sedan from the owner.
The events took place at approximately 20:33 on June 28, when three male suspects attacked a blue 2006 Acura TSX. The intruders demanded from the two men in the car to leave the car. Climbing inside, the unlucky car thieves spent no more than 20 seconds in the Akura, after which they fled from the crime scene without having dealt with the mechanics, The Drive reported.
Suspects Wanted: Detroit Police needs assistance in identifying and locating three male suspects wanted in connection to an attempt carjacking on the city’s east side. On Monday, June, 28 2021 at approximately 8:33 p.m. in the 11900 block of Radom, the two male victims (both 25) were sitting in a blue 2006 Acura TSX when they were approached by three armed male suspects who demanded their vehicle. The suspects attempted to flee the scene with the victim’s vehicle but were unsuccessful due to the vehicle having a manual transmission. The suspects then fled the location on foot with one of the victim’s wallet and cell phone which was later recovered. If anyone recognizes these suspects or has any information pertaining to this crime, please call the Detroit Police Department’s Commercial Auto Theft Unit at 313-596-2555 or Crimestoppers at 1-800-SPEAK-UP. #OneDetroit #ProtectAndServe The suspects are innocent until proven guilty.
Posted by Detroit Police Department Friday July 9, 2021
Despite the complete failure of the attackers, the Detroit police put them on a wanted list.
Over the past couple of decades, Americans have mostly bought cars with automatic transmissions. According to a 2016 study, only 18% of drivers can drive cars with “mechanics”. Most people don’t even try to drive such cars, calling them irrelevant and complicated.