Men arrested for allegedly carjacking woman with walker

SEATTLE -- Officers arrested 20-year-old man and his 18-year-old accomplice over the weekend after the duo carjacked a woman with a walker Friday afternoon in downtown Seattle, according to the Seattle Police Department.

According to police, the 67-year-old woman was standing outside her Toyota Celica, having already placed her keys, purse and walker inside, in the 1200 block of Seneca Street when someone shoved her from behind.

The woman fell down and had to roll out of the way to escape being run over by a man driving off in her car, according to police.

Witnesses ran over to help the woman and later told officers there were two people inside her car as it drove away.

The next day around noon, the woman's Celica was spotted parked on a street in Bonney Lake. The 18-year-old standing next to it was promptly arrested for investigation of possession of stolen property.

According to police, the 18-year-old said a 20-year-old he was with committed the robbery. The 18-year-old's description of his accomplice matched up with the man witnesses had told officers was driving the car.

Officers found and arrested the 20-year-old Monday afternoon at the Bellevue Wilburton Park and Ride.

Both suspects were booked into King County Jail.