Tuesday, January 29, 2002

Carjacking victim safe in Lebanon




The Associated Press

        LEBANON — A Weymouth, Mass., lawyer who called his wife Monday morning to tell her he had been carjacked on his way to work was found in Lebanon Monday night.

        Stephen LaCommare Jr. left home about 6 a.m. to make the short commute to his Quincy, Mass., office.

        He called his wife about 9 a.m. to tell her he had been abducted by two men who said they needed to get to Ohio. Police traced the cell-phone call to the Greenfield area.

        His wife told WCVB-TV Channel 5 in Boston that the suspects allowed him to call her because he told them he had a 10-day-old baby at home.

        Mr. LaCommare was found at about 9:30 p.m. in Lebanon, according to police there. He had been held at gunpoint, police said.

        The two suspects were picked up by another vehicle in Ohio, according to broadcast reports. They are still at large.

       



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