BOYERTOWN, Pa. - Pennsylvania State Police say an accused carjacker has been arrested after allegedly stealing a car in Boyertown on Saturday.
According to police, the incident happened just before 3:30 p.m. at the Sunoco gas station on the 7900 block of Boyertown Pike.
Authorities say the suspect, identified as 22-year-old Adam Sage Campbell, approached the victim before punching him and the head and face.
The suspect then allegedly took the driver's keys and fled in the 2004 gray Ford Escape SUV, according to police.
The car is registered in Pennsylvania and has the license plate LVL2403, police say.
According to state police, the vehicle was located near the Boyertown Reservoir on Sunday morning.
Authorities say police also received a report of a suspicious person who matched Campbell's description in the area of Grandview Road and Powder Mill Hollow Road.
The car was identified and recovered and Campbell was taken into custody without incident, according to police.
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