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Northeast DC carjacking, police chase, barricade situation ends with no arrests, police say

The suspects ran into a building after bailing from the stolen car. The case remains under investigation

WASHINGTON — A carjacking in Northeast D.C. resulted in a dramatic scene in the Carver/Langston neighborhood Wednesday morning. 

Police say a reported carjacking happened around 11:28 p.m. Tuesday night. Shortly after the carjacking occurred, a police pursuit ensued and ultimately morphed into a barricade situation, according to D.C. officers. The chase ended on 18th Street, Northeast when suspects bailed from the car and ran into a building.

Police were seen surrounding a red Mercedes in front of a string of rowhomes in the neighborhood. The car's doors were left wide open behind a caution-taped area, however, no passengers were seen inside when WUSA9 was on the scene Wednesday morning in the 6 a.m. hour. 

Police say the barricade situation has ended with no arrests. The case remains under investigation, according to police.

WUSA9 will update this story as additional information is confirmed through our newsroom.

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