HOUSTON, Texas -- Authorities are investigating after a woman was allegedly targeted during a carjacking at a gas station in northwest Houston.
Deputies responded to reports of a carjacking at a Chevron gas station on Pinemont around 10 p.m. Wednesday.
Surveillance video from the incident shows two men walking up to the woman and demanding her belongings.
Officials told our sister station, ABC13 in Houston, the woman refused to give up her car keys, so the suspects tripped, punched and dragged her through the parking lot.
Fortunately, the woman was not seriously hurt, and deputies found the woman's car less than a mile away Thursday morning.
Officials say they're still searching for the people responsible for the carjacking.
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