Cops hunt Bonnie-and-Clyde pair for brazen carjacking

Cops in Louisiana are hunting for a Bonnie-and-Clyde pair of carjackers who brazenly attacked a driver in broad daylight.

The New Orleans Police Department released video of the Saturday attack, which the 17-year-old victim told police began when he was driving his gold Toyota Camry and was stopped by a red Chevrolet Impala driven a woman, described only as black, who cut him off at Banks and South Hennessey streets.

The footage, captured by a nearby witness, shows a second suspect – an unidentified black male – throwing the victim out of his car. Seconds earlier, police said the male suspect punched the teen several times with a closed fist. The male suspect then got in the Camry and drove off. The car was later recovered several blocks away, police said.

New Orleans police spokesman Aaron Looney told The Post that no arrests had been made in the incident as of Wednesday and said no further information was available.

The Impala, which had an unknown license plate, had damage to its front passenger-side fender, near the headlight. Anyone with information about the carjacking is asked to call police at (504) 658-6030 or Crimestoppers at (504) 822-1111.

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