A single mother who survived a late-night carjacking said she surrendered everything she had, but she is hoping to get back her car.
Toccara Wiley said she went to a CVS in southwest Atlanta to get a money order and was attacked on her way out of the store.
"They just ran up to me with a gun, saying, 'Give me your keys. Give me your phone. Give me your purse.' I did what they said because I was scared for my life," Wiley said.
Wiley, a single mother, said she is frightened and angry after the incident.
Wiley said she was walking out of the CVS on Martin Luther King Jr. Drive on April 5 around 11:50 p.m. when two men, one wearing a red hoodie, the other in a grayish-black hoodie, approached her with a gun.
"I was like, 'You don't have to do this. If you want money, I'll give you money.' He still took the keys, my purse and my phone and took off in my car," Wiley said. "I was actually on the phone with my mom when it was going on, so they hung up the phone with my mom, and she didn't know what was going on with me. So she was constantly calling the phone back, and they wouldn't answer."
The car is a 2006 Pontiac GT with license plate BQF 5633.
The Atlanta Police Department said investigators are aggressively working on the case, trying to narrow down if there is any helpful surveillance footage.
"These people have keys to my house and everything. I had to get my locks changed and everything. I fear for my life, and I have a child," Wiley said. "I want my car back, and I want them prosecuted to the fullest."
Wiley said she understands this could have been much worse, and she is glad she was not injured. She hopes someone who saw something or knows something will come forward.